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... investment in the airline industry.
Air travel: 45%
Food - restaurants: 10%
Food - groceries: 2%
Taxis, Car Rentals and Public Transport: 4%
A watch item for us - we tend to accept transportation, accommodation and food as must haves. And the sites and events as discretionary. When actually the ...
... news with even greater interest now, and have found ourselves saying “hey, we were there” many times in recent weeks. The blog, which started out as a way for family and friends to keep in touch, has now evolved in to a great travel diary for us as well. Thanks to all of you that came along for the trip (over 8000 visits!) There were times when we felt very far away and your comments and messages really meant a lot to us. The ...
... that were falling down and sinking into the ground. I spent about an hour wandering through the graves trying to decipher some of the gravestones. There were graves of politicians beside simple graves. One struck me and I knelt beside it to read of the Children of James P and Mary Wambolt - one died at 9 days in 1889, one died at 2 months in 1900 and one died in 1909 at 11 years. How sad those parents must have been. I moved on to another ...
... is more desolate, with low sloping granite rocks and scrub firs clinging to the thin top soil layer. Peggy’s cove is a delightful, if remote, spot with the famous lighthouse (the most photographed in Canada) at the end of a rocky outcrop. On a wild and windy day, the waves come crashing in – today, the wind was from the land and the sea was calm! There is the amazing William E. deGarthe Monument to the Fishermen of Nova Scotia, carved ...
... and helping traveling students, Ruth at Pipestone travel for being so much more than a great travel agent, and on and on the feeling goes . . . .
A couple of thoughts that have trickled through the busy-ness in the last few days, sent with much love! S,G,H
from Rumi (of course) "Only from the heart can you touch the sky"
from "Standing at the Gates of the New Year" by Joyce Rupp (with thanks to ...