Bon Voyage Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... so first job was washing as we were running out of everything. The internet is a bit hit and miss but better than none. We have rung our RV stop in Kamloops and booked in tomorrow night and we will sort our destination out from there as we have a full week up our sleeve. Its rained intermittently all day and here in Prince George it has been raining steadily since we arrived. I told Kaff the rain on the roof should drown out any mice noises she hears.
... 8pm, we were lucky to make it to Petro Canada as we were very empty!! Haha we were extremely pleased we made it.!! Drove into the city and found McDonalds which is where we had dinner, then we had a good catchup with Sheryl and Kev and even a small chat to the boys and Ray and Brenda. We got kicked out again at 11.15pm haha as they close the shop at 11pm so we called it a night and headed to the Walmart ...
... and very, very few mosquitoes. I look forward to being able to sit outside and to hike. I think I'm going to like it here. My bedroom had a huge grizzly bearskin on it. Carla did remove it. Also there's a stuffed mountain goat head (I think), not to mention stacks and stacks of bullets, etc. Carla's boyfriend, Lief, is a guide and ...
... practice packing a wardrobe with enough variety in breathable fabrics and formality to match a range of occasions in 5 cities located at different lines of latitude. I'm really trying hard to limit to one suitcase which isn't easy for a girl who loves beautiful clothes and can't decide what to wear until I wake up each day. Are 10 pairs of shoes too much for one trip? Don't laugh. I'm trying to make it happen and I'm on the 'heels of success'.
Today was the big day; I left little Prince George, with my final destination being Schornsheim, Germany. There were seven of us in total from my school, so most of our friends came to the airport to see us off. I know I'll miss them, but most of all I think I'll miss my sister.
The funny thing is, while all of this was going on, it still hadn't really hit me that I was going to be living in Europe for ten ...