Cornish House Bed & Breakfast
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We surfed (or tried to surf) at many of the best surf breaks on the planet (where we were caught in plastic and at times saw raw sewage floating in the water). When you go to a resort, little do we know that the beaches are cleaned at night by an army of minions cleaning the garbage and **** off the beach so the guest see on the surface a “clean" beach and environment the next morning.
The air pollution in Asia (China) is horrific ...
8/4 Day 43 We traveled from Kamloops BC to Vancouver BC about 6.5 hours. I can safely report that the Canadian driver is tougher and has more endurance than the American Driver. We started out on rte. 5 a major 4 lane highway. It was 2.5 hours to the first rest area. Wow, were my teeth floating.
We got kind of a late start as I was trying to get our Outlook account synced with our tds email account, then get our phones synced so we could pull up the folder that had our camp ...
I may have temporarily misplaced 4 of my children yesterday.. Why they decided to jump on a different chairlift a solid 500m away from where we were supposed to be escapes me. I shall have them doing drills for the rest of the day for that little manoeuvre! Speaking of chairlifts.. You should see my kids (or ...
... Lions Gate Bridge, about 2km south of our North Vancouver home; and it's the same ocean that we will fly over on our way to Hong Kong in a couple of days. In fact there really is only one sea that washes on the shores of every land mass on earth, be it a vast continent or a tiny salt water island. Just to test our ability to add photos as we go, ...
... floor was so full we could barely move. We were particularly entertained by one older couple, who were both dressed in skins, so they must have spent the day skiing, because they danced so hard.
When it was time for the countdown to 2015, we had champagne, silly hats, leis, and horns. It was so much fun.
This New Years was one with amazing views, great food, pretty snow-covered everything and lots of dancing. Nothing could be better!