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  • Crossing the Pacific Ocean at 40,000 feet...Departure on Cathay Pacific on a non-stop flight from Toronto to Hong Kong - almost 16 hours - departing at 1am on January 5 and arriving at 6am Hong Kong time on January 6 - Crossing the International Date Line Posted by gljacobs in Asian Odyssey | Dec 15, 2019
  • Canada[i]Visitei este enorme país, o segundo maior do mundo, três vezes: 1988, 2000 & 2016. Em 1988 visitei apenas a província de Ontário, nomeadamente Toronto, a maior cidade do país e capital da província, e as Cataratas do Niágara. Em Posted by avieira67 in Canada | Dec 5, 2019
  • Tingiria - The RevealOne year ago last week, we began building. Moving into the new house started 2 months ago, I am happy to say that the house is completely finished inside and out, the boxes upnpacked, pictures hung - let the Posted by Jenniferklm in House | Nov 29, 2019
  • Exploring the Whistler Area We stopped in Squamish for our usual coffee and gluten-free brownies, then, moved on up to an RV park closer to Whistler. This RV park is located on the side of a hill and we love the sites that look Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Nov 2, 2019
  • Last DayAll good things must come to an end, otherwise we wouldn't appreciate them as much. The creed of the house sitter is to leave the pets and house in equal or better shape than you found them, and we always try Posted by Housesitters in Three Poodles and a Parakeet | Oct 28, 2019
  • What a nice day! The sun came out early after a dark and stormy night… The air is so clean and dry that we could see the snow-covered mountains on the mainland, about 90 miles away. Incredible. But I have to start with yesterday. We Posted by Housesitters in Three Poodles and a Parakeet | Oct 26, 2019
  • Meandering through the Maritime Provinces of Canada Snapshot Itinerary - Fly to Moncton, New Brunswick then rent a car and drive to Alma (to explore Bay of Fundy) - Drive Acadian Coastal Drive from Moncton - Drive to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island (across the Confederation Bridge) via the w Posted by madrugada in Destination (Un)known. | Oct 24, 2019
  • Not much to reportWe took the dogs for a long walk, went to town to visit the museum and it was closed. Nothing else to do but go to the sushi place and drink Sake, right? Ty is very proud of himself today and Posted by Housesitters in Three Poodles and a Parakeet | Oct 24, 2019
  • That's A WrapAnother trip concludes as we prepare to head for the Barcelona airport for the journey home to Toronto. We used the Aerobus from Plaza Catalunya for 6 Euros - it's a great way to transfer to the airport. Posted by moorsey88 in London ~ Paris ~ Barcelona | Oct 24, 2019
  • Lazing AboutYesterday was a total wash out. Rain from morn til dusk and we had to drag the dogs out to take a walk. They acquired a case of cabin fever later that day and started racing around the house. This Posted by Housesitters in Three Poodles and a Parakeet | Oct 22, 2019
  • CivilizationHave you ever felt completely civilized and proper? I haven’t for a very long time. There were a few dinners in the 80’s by the Chaine des Rotisseurs in Cairo, where you dressed to the nines and had amazing 12 Posted by Housesitters in Three Poodles and a Parakeet | Oct 21, 2019
  • Majesty pureBetween the two of us, we’ve traveled a bunch. Ed has been north of the Arctic Circle with bears and elk and I’ve built sand castles with a friend’s kid in the Sahara (that’s VERY hard to do without water). Yesterday, Posted by Housesitters in Three Poodles and a Parakeet | Oct 20, 2019
  • CoombsThis little town is only about 20 minutes away from “our” house. It was a non-descript community until an enterprising citizen started a fruit stand in the 1970’s. Travelers on the way to the west coast would stop to load Posted by Housesitters in Three Poodles and a Parakeet | Oct 20, 2019
  • Revelations…It’s educational to talk to the “locals”. The jacuzzi maintenance person visited the house and we learned that this is not the homeowners’ main residence! That explains a lot about the frugally appointed kitchen and tons of boxed-up Christmas decorations Posted by Housesitters in Three Poodles and a Parakeet | Oct 19, 2019
  • And now for some good food...One of the homeowner’s restaurant recommendations was Fish Tales. When I called to make a reservation, the proprietor asked if we were sure it’ll only be two people. I said we could probably find some more folks on the way Posted by Housesitters in Three Poodles and a Parakeet | Oct 18, 2019
  • Our ZooIt's high tide and the boys, Trakr and Taz, and I went down to the beach. We watched the waves roll in and break in long lines over the rocks. It stopped raining for a little while and the sun Posted by Housesitters in Three Poodles and a Parakeet | Oct 17, 2019
  • Geoff and Brittany’s WeddingI went to Toronto for my grandson Geoff’s wedding to Brittany. It was very special and held at a yacht club on Lake Ontario at the Exhibition Grounds. The ceremony was held on the lakefront on a very warm Posted by douglasw in Around the World | Oct 16, 2019
  • Visits to Pemberton and Penticton, BCAs I was waiting for my Permanent Residence Card to arrive, we planned to stay in Canada for 2 weeks. We hoped that it would arrive within that time frame as instructions were that I could not enter the again Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Oct 16, 2019
  • Housekeeping ItemsHouse sitting really IS an adventure. You may have seen photos of the property but unless you're checking it out personally, it's still mysterious. For instance, we had no idea that the entire house was heated by a Franklin stove. Posted by Housesitters in Three Poodles and a Parakeet | Oct 15, 2019
  • Another Day, Another Museum in VancouverToday was a trip to the Space Museum with a planetarium show. Kids were excited because they’d never seen a planetarium show. The show today was on the nursery where stars are born. As we were watching this amazing show, it Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Oct 14, 2019
  • The wrap up editionHello y'all! We have been back home for about 2 weeks now. We've had lots of things to keep us busy. We are now through Canadian Thanksgiving and can turn our attention to wrapping this year's travels Posted by Rooseboom-Scott in Nova Scotia - British Columbia and back | Oct 14, 2019
  • A Teacup in a RucksackThe background audio for this blog entry is Michael Buble and Tera, the parakeet, making dog and kissing sounds. The day started with sunshine. Not a given at this time of year on Vancouver Island. So we took Taz down to Posted by Housesitters in Three Poodles and a Parakeet | Oct 13, 2019
  • Descending on Paradise...Look it up. It doesn't get much better than this. The town is quaint, with lots of restaurants. No fast food joint in sight. City ordinance is that the businesses and restaurants must be privately owned, so each and every Posted by Housesitters in Three Poodles and a Parakeet | Oct 12, 2019
  • Flying to IrelandWe flew Air Canada from RDU to Montreal and then to Dublin Ireland. The flight was pretty easy. Getting thru customs takes only about ten extra minutes, but keep in mind Canada and Ireland’s security check were a lot more Posted by Hammond.Melissa in Trip to southern Ireland | Oct 12, 2019
  • Leaving for our TripWe planned out as best we could for the ten days of sight seeing. Airport like most cattle moving systems was not an issue for us until we got to Montreal where our plan was delayed a couple of hours Posted by Hammond.Melissa in Trip to southern Ireland | Oct 11, 2019
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