Travel Blogs from High River
All the planets and stars aligned and we had a chance to visit our all-time favourite Canadian; Carrie and her lovely family in High River! We stayed 2 nights and had heaps of fun catching up and looking around the area. Had lunch at the famous Chuckwagon Cafe ("as ...
For anyone who has ever flown standby you can attest to the stress and insecurities caused by the lack of knowing if you will actually get to where you think you are going. Starting Friday evening, the challenge of getting my butt to Rome began. With my mom working for airlines all her life, she knows how the system works. She was in Barbados for work on Friday and Saturday working ******* her iPhone to check my flight loads to Europe. When my ...
Alright folks, I am getting just a little bit excited!!!! For those of you who know me well, you know I like to be extremely prepared and organized. I think I have purchased about everything I could possibly need for a month in Europe, even my first SPORK! I don't know about Brett, but I think I am pretty well set! My ...
... but I am also a little nervous for the heat!
What I'm most excited about:
The FOOD- I'm obsessed with Thai food and am excited to try some sketchy street food
Cooking class- To learn to make said food
Meeting other travellers
Travelling there (I know I will take this back)
Being up in the early morning (probably this too)
What I'm most scared about:
Hostels- Both the room and roommates
... other travel vehicles. We find it a friendly park and a number of our friends from 'on the road' are here for the summer. It's a great park for daily walks and the river is nearby. At the moment the water level is in spring flood and the water is quite muddy. A few years ago ( I think it was 2005) this park flooded and there were a number of lots lost when the river cut a new channel. Since then the river has the two ...