Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park
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- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Hanoi hotel. Had 4.5 hrs to sleep before we were picked for our trip to Sapa in north west Vietnam. The hotel couldn't have been more gracious; staff attentive and they even organized a box breakfast for our trip! First impressions of Hanoi itself, motorbikes everywhere, NO traffic rules, people on the go and construction. We had booked a three night stay with Topas Travel; one night in Sapa itself at a central hotel - U Sapa and two nights at an ecolodge 35 Km from ...
Today I slept in after yesterday's late night. I got up and hung out with zia. Helped her a little bit and then showered and got ready. I went with Zio and Ange to pick up the black car from the shop. We went to candian tyre and got some maple leafs merch which was cool. After that we picked up some towels for Nonna, Today was a massive errand day, but it was a great way to end the time here, just driving around with Ange. I was nostalgic ...
... people in blue jays gear. People playing drums and chanting, really cool! The Tigers centre is opposite the CN tower and that's their home ground. We went up to the tower, the first level 350m high with a glass floor and out door observatory, then the next level the sky pod another km higher. It was really beautiful and a great way to see the city. We took a million photos. Zio Gerry was so happy. He bought me a model tower and some espresso cups ...
... cheaper than Starbucks.
After that the kids met us at the mall
for Taco Bell from the food court. The hotel breakfasts have been so
filling that we only really nibbled at a few things and took the rest
back to the room. We watched a movie together (I may have fallen
asleep for half an hour) then we went down to the lobby to Skype back
home. I love technology. We were able to chat to Mum, Dad, my
brother, his ...
... of the so called comforts of life, are not only not indispensable, but positive hindrances ... ". Thoreau was not yet burdened with information, which is another kind of possession.
A classic experiment exposing the paradox of choice gave subjects an opportunity to taste four kinds of jam, and then choose a free jar of one of them. Another group were offered the same deal, except with 24 kinds of jam: the original four and twenty more. Later, ...