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PostSubject: Travelling the world   Tue Nov 25, 2008 10:26 pm

Where have you been in the world? What are your favourite places to visit? Wee towns or big cities? I prefer going to both! Your turn!
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PostSubject: Re: Travelling the world   Tue Nov 25, 2008 10:52 pm

Well me and you have travelled to quite a few places indeed in Scotland. But we never did go to much places in Canada. To be honest, it wasn't really our fault. The country's just too damn big isn't it? I mean, you can literaly drive anywhere in Scotland in just under five hours. It takes that long to get to Edmonton from Calgary alone... and we were on a highway the whole way! Sucky suck.

Not only that, but it's MUCH cheaper getting around in the UK. There's a company called Megabus (North East of USA and Ontario might know who we are talking about as well), who do fantastic deals. For example, you can get a bus from Glasgow to London and back again for just £1.00! That's insanely low pricing. Compare that with the $150 CAD we had to spend just getting to the next nearest city here...

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PostSubject: Re: Travelling the world   Wed Nov 26, 2008 10:23 pm

That's very true indeed! Canada is too big to explore on just bus alone. We still need to go back to Edmonton though. Haven't explored outside of the city centre yet. Definitely need to go visit West Edmonton Mall!!!! Must go on at least one ride and play in the water park too!! We definitely need to go shopping for gifts and clothes there too! Just thinking about it gets me so excited!

Other places to visit are the wee towns in Alberta. Because they're not big cities, we might have a chance of eating a less expensive meal in some restaurants! Also, Banff and Jasper are cool natural type places to visit too! Fingers crossed we don't encounter any bears or other ferocious animals!

Where else in Canada would you like to visit, soundwave?
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