Grouse Creek Motel
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... car park – right by the spot where I always park. Haha – trapped! But no, our wannabe Evil Knievel races his Harley through the little entrance door, straight down the escalator I ride every other day, and out through the next door into the undercover car park I like to use when it's raining. They eventually caught the guy, but it has made me wonder.
Ok, so the chances of colliding with ...
... This was no better. We survived many shady moments in South America and we only had to survive one more! I'm going to be happy to be back in Canada where people (mostly) follow the rules of the road. Where there are rules of the road. Our flight from Lima was delayed an hour. I was getting really worried we were going to be too late and then miss our connection in LA for Vancouver. Thankfully we didn't but we didn't have a ton of time and we had to leave the airport with ...
... before you read this very informative blog. Although, now I imagine you're probably saying "uhh .. when's the next flight to Iceland ?!" You're welcome.
On the 14th I leave Reykjavik and head to Bergen, Norway. I get in mid-morning and will essentially do the same thing (get to hostel, find out about check in, storing bags, bikes, get on with it). I only have that afternoon in Bergen, so making the most of my time is important ! The next day I ...
... we stop for lunch and also to carry any dirty dishes into the hotel to wash.
A 2. Clothes bins:
Rather than take suitcases that take up as much room empty as they do full and considering that as you move your dirty clothes into hamper (or whatever), you are doubling room.
So, I will pack both of our main clothes (pants, shirts, etc) in a 'blanket bags' -- ...
... and calm we went for our picnic, that was now melted cheese and ham sandwiches no MnS lunch here ... Much to stu's disgust! The sea gulls were not so picky and happily circled around us waiting for scraps. Harrison had fun scaring them away and Sarah made the fatal error of feeding them one bit of bread in hope they would go away Stuart amused himself for the rest of the day taking the proverbial for that one!! Back on the bikes and ...