I’ve been back for a couple of days now. I had a good time despite the weather. Here are a few things I wrote along the way.
At Himalaya Spicy Something-Or-Other restaurant. Great food, great service. Having butter curry chicken. So much food! Getting fat.
I had some ideas for the teardrop trailer and, rather than forgetting, had to put them in. I think lone people sitting at a computer is more commonplace here and now than before.
I went to a bagel shop this morning, suggested by Erinn, my Airbnb co-host. There were no tables available and about 10 people in line. I went to a Tim’s – about 15 people in line, all the way out the door. I went to a Korean sushi (?) place. The sign said “Open”. I went in and waiting for a few minutes. Nobody came. I left. I am now at Freshies, a coffee shop. I waited 10 minutes in line and 5 minutes for food and coffee. The order was wrong. I wanted a ham, cheese, & egg bagel. I got bacon. But it’s good!
Later I went to the library at the suggestion of a patron of Freshies. “It’s a bit loud for you?” Yah, not used to the crowds. So I am at the library doing job searches, changing my resume, and working on the teardrop trailer. I think I’ll try a four-foot wide design to see what happens. Been meaning to put some designs online, but my server is losing connection sometimes. Blast.
Bought a book, a card with a painting replica for Aizlynn, coffee, and food. There was a walking tour, joined in half-way through. Talked to a few people. There are lots of Australians here for some reason. Hot spot for working in tourism? According to Mirey, my B&B host, the Canadian government actively recruits Australians.
Rain this morning. I put my Dorongi rain coat & pants on today. One food kiosk person asked about it, where I got it from. “South Korea,” I said. Weird answer.
Later, music & food & more music & people & coffee & more food. Heading home today. Nice stay. I’ll be back.
Pictures here if you want to see.