Moulin Rouge Motel
Travel Blogs from Sturgeon Falls
... my own pace. I have become somewhat dependent on music as of late, at least during the latter part of the day. It's probably the noisy passing cars and frustration of converting metric units all day that creates my need for distractions, but it works. Other than my podcasts, my music tastes have delved back to my roots in punk and metal. The best fit for a loud chaotic highway ...
... and few towns between North Bay and Thunder Bay to slow down their progress
What we learnt from this section of the highway, is to remember to never ever drive on it again The alternate route along the East shore of Lake Superior is far more scenic, and even if it took an hour or so longer, it would be worth it as the traffic is much lighter and is certainly very scenic.
Woke up to a bright and sunny day and after enjoying tea and coffee at the picnic table we headed out in search of wifi and a resolution to our GPS problem. Although the campground was noted as a "wifi hotspot", we don't have it at our site. I guess that's the difference between "wifi hotspot" and "wifi" in a campground listing. Now I know one more thing!
We went to The Source to ask for help with the GPS. ...
... As we approached North Bay and tried to find an address on the GPS we discovered that Canadian street addresses weren't coming up. Aarrggghh!
After getting set up (even with full hook ups and taking bike off trailer it only takes about a half an hour) we headed out for a ride and had supper at Eastside Mario's.
The campground is crowded but is nice and quiet - no train or boat whistles or highway ...
... or on Facebook as well as emails were most appreciated.
My objectives for this trip were quite simple:
- Spend more quality time with the children.
- Travel the world.
- Expose my children and myself to different cultures, religions, languages, customs and people.
As this trip has come to an end, I ...