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Another cold morning and we planned to go up the Lake Louise ski lift today, apparently grizzly bears are spotted there most days. It's our last chance to see a bear. Low cloud was hanging around so we didn't rush and got to the lift just after 9am. You could choose a chairlift or gondola ride so we chose the chairlift so we could get those iconic …
... gondolas were. As far as you could see were these mountains that are just incomparable to anything I have ever seen. The weather cleared up for us and man was it beautiful. I wasn't very comfortable in the gondola as you are an incredible distance from the ground, of course Len and William took great pleasure in opening the windows and trying to swing the gondola to scare me even more but it was ...
... We only managed about half an hour before the rain threatened us enough to make it sensible to turn back. It was lovely having the older kids go on ahead with the others while Conrad and I came behind with Ashton at his own pace. It was great having him walking, playing happily with a stick he picked up and occasionally stopping to poke it into the ground at rocks. Such a treat for him to be left alone to go at his own pace and not be ...
... some good buddies and full of laughs. After a few stressful days of organising real life, we're onto the countdown of beginning our trip away to Mexico, Belize and Cuba! Our last night in the beautiful town of Banff, Alberta, we are saving our pennies, but not our bellies by eating cheap food but lots of it. Safe to say we are going to attempt a detox in Mexico which everyone says is impoussible. My brother hooked us up a place to crash for two nights ...
... due to their language capabilities. All these different looks, all these different tongues when they speak to each other, yet they in an instant switch to usually-perfect English when they interact with store clerks or people on the street. There were two guys behind us in a line, for example, speaking their native Portuguese, then they started talking to a group of girls behind them who were speaking something else, and the guys asked in basically unaccented English where the ...