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... It was quite a climb and we considered turning back about halfway. However we came across some other hikers coming down who confirmed that there was a terrific lookout at the end of the trail as well as a path that led to the bottom of the climbing area for those who had the training and equipment to make rock face climbs. The footing was very uneven with loose rocks making for some treacherous steps. We got to the edge of the cliff where there was some climbers pitons embedded in ...
... restaurant which is where Denise's son in law is manager and sommelier. This clearly necessitated a change of clothes from trousers and top and walking sandals! So this is where the crinkle dress in the rucksack came up trumps, The meal was top drawer and the wine on the house which was a lovely gesture much appreciated. We celebrated 47 years of friendship with champagne, a Riesling and Shiraz. A lovely evening with splendid lit up views across Vancouver and the Island. Very special.
... in White Rock in the early evening. We stayed at the Seacrest Motel and RV park. This is an old-style motel with a mobile home park next door. Years ago, part of the RV park used to be a grassy campground. Ted's family stayed in the campground a number of times in tents and later tent trailers. It is walking distance to the waterfront shops and restaurants and is a very nice location for a visit. We pulled out the bbq and had a nice steak, ...
... beano that the fish on the menu was the naughty ones from the aquarium, it didn't work). The park is lovely. Somehow it seems much more lush than Hyde park, I guess it's more trees and water. The aquarium was really worth a visit. We started off watching the beluga whale show. Very small whales but white all over. They are brilliant. They can make there forehead move forward and back while they communicate! Brilliant. Loads of jellies, anemones, sharks and sting rays. Beano ...
... waitress will come and fill your cup up with instant coffee all the time.
Whilst in North Van we went to Grouse Mountain. In winter this mountain is full of people skiing but this time of year it is still beautiful. The chair lift still operates and it gives you the best views. There was still some snow on the mountain and believe it or not Tom and I both managed to get sunburnt. There is also a bear sanctuary with 2 brown ...