[ENG/KOR] Trans-Canada Bicycle Travel Ep.#8 | 캐나다여행 자전거 여행영상 8편

hey guys how's it going this is Joe from casual rubber anyatta Tomita welcome to eighth episode of my trans-canada bicycle travel in this episode I'm gonna tell you guys about stories from day 23 to day 25 on day 23 I biked 110 kilometers from Creekside campground to Enola riding into a big city is always challenging heavy traffic and busy road there's so many traffic lights too although I didn't spend much time biking in Winnipeg from my experience when he pack had good bicycle roads I walked around downtown and headed to many Toba legislative building I had lunch there and took a rest I think I was there for about two hours I was getting late and I wanted to get out of City before the rush hour instead of taking trans-canada highway 1 out of Winnipeg I took route 15 – no 'la because I thought it would be more quiet there it was around a p.

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but it's still so bright I started looking around for a place to camp and I found a school I didn't want the people in the neighborhood to seem to see my tent so I went around to the back and pitched my turn in the corner it was around 8:40 p.

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when I had finished pitching the tent but it was still so bright I just stayed in my tent then I heard a kid's voice he saw my tenant called his mom over I could hear them talking but didn't go out I thought it would have been more awkward if I had gone out and talked to them on day 24 I biked 188 kilometers from Manila to Canora this day I had crossed Manitoba and Ontario border it finally entered Ontario I couldn't taken route 12 to be back on highway 1 but instead I decided to go all the way to the end of route 15 and go south on route 11 from Elma Elma it's a community of approximately 100 people in southeast Manitoba I stopped at a small shop in Elma to take a break I was no sit inside but I asked the staff for a permission if it could stay inside I was just standing there because there was too many flies outside I could rest the owner of the shop was Korean couple I was so surprised to see Koreans there in the middle of knowing after I got back on highway 1 I was riding on gravel shoulders for a while paved shoulder was very narrow Boulder was only about 16 wide and rumble strips through the left gravel road to the right so it was just easier and safer to ride on the gravel road as I was getting closer to Ontario I immediately noticed that geographical changes trees were different and there were more Lakes and more mosquitoes and horseflies also was getting more hilly I arrived in canola around a p.

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I try to find a campground but it was too late that they didn't take any more people I try to find McDonald's or Tim Hortons that's open 24 hours I saw a sign outside McDonald's that's at open 24 hours so I need an order of coffee but at 11:00 p.

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I was kicked out they said that the drive-thru was open 24 hours but the store closes at 11 p.

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how do you want to go to motels as they were really expensive I found a baseball ground and close to bush dugouts were closed and locked so I couldn't get in so I just pitched a tent on the field but there was so many puddles that I wasn't able to tent in the corners where I wouldn't be easily detected I couldn't sleep til 1:00 or 2:00 a.

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I kept hearing wild animal crying and kept waking up whenever a car went by so I just packed my stuff and went to gas station that's open 24 hours and stayed there until 4:30 a.

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just standing there and reading magazines this was my second all-nighter on day 25 I biked 145 kilometers from Canora to little Pine Lake I started biking around 5:00 I was chilly but felt so refreshing I stopped to have breakfast I wanted to take a long break but couldn't because there were just too many mosquitoes and flies that I had to keep moving I had ridden non-stop ups and downs I was really exhausted about 145 kilometers because I couldn't find any available campsite I stopped at an information box that was in the middle of nowhere and asked if there was a campsite nearby she called a couple of places around and found two available campsites one was closer but I had to go back so that was out of the option I arrived at a family operated camps at around 7 or 8 p.

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they didn't accept car there only cash but I had no cash on me at all nothing I could do so I was getting ready to leave when I bite about 5 meters they yell to stop me they said I could stay night for free thank you for listening to my stories and I hope you enjoyed it and I'll see you guys in the next episode thank you bye you.

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