Travelodge Silver Bridge Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I spent the day doing laundry, cleaning out the fridge, packing, etc. I think we are ready! We will be travelling to Siem Reap, Cambodia to work at a charity there until April. We went to a travel clinic in Victoria at the end of December, shortly after we received our assignment, where we got vaccinations for typhoid, hepatitis A and B, tetanus, diphtheria, and polio. ...
... simple things can sometimes be the best things. There are many things that I am thankful for in my friendship with Nics, but the biggest blessing is the fact that we always end up encouraging each other in our walks with Jesus in one way or another. Even if it is crying out to God in frustration, laughing at God blessing us with the sickest sense of humour, or just purely delighting in each other in love. I hope everyone has a friend like Nics. I don't know what I did before ...
... so nice to run together. We are so fortunate to have such a special group. Laurel and Tammy -you couldn't make it this morning, but just to let you know, we are planning our next meal and movie date. This will happen when we all return from our vacations. Don and I finished getting everything ready - bags are packed and are downstairs, ready to be loaded into the ...
... on the pier. You could buy 4 pieces of fish for $5 to feed them and they knew there was more fish coming their way. Hoping to see Orca whales and sea lions we we're given special flotation parkas and waterproof pants to wear, together with beanies and warm gloves. Believe me you need all this and more on the boat - the wind chill was cruel. The speedboat which took 24 of us out was 17m, twin 1,000 bhp Volvo engines and had a top speed of 100k per hour. Fun boat. ...
... to the bay. This is an old part of town with many original houses, very similar in style to those found in Thorndon or Kelburn in Wellington. There was nothing too see in the bay as the fog was still hanging low (at 2pm). The beach was shingle with many logs washed up from storms. Back into town, then bus home. Another great day, cooler, but dry. Still foggy over the bay, but clear ...