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... girl called Leni who looked like she'd just stepped off the set of a modern-day Robin Hood remake. Her trademark was to ask everyone to announce their demonym (the word for a person from a certain place) and we played it safe with 'Yorkshiremen'. Not Chesterfielders as Jamie and Matt would lead you to believe. Leni was informative and engaging but Vancouver is so young in comparison to other cities that I've toured in Europe and there is very little history as a result. ...
... Clay not able to enjoy the sights with us cause he has to work but we enjoy his company at happy hour! He picked up some salmon and oysters for dinner- another treat. Living on seafood (had scallops for lunch) and loving it. Today (Tuesday) We walked to Gastown, a very quaint old part of the city with cobbled streets, the landmark of which is a steam clock. Once an original trade area cause it's close to the harbour, and now a thriving shopping, ...
... on the wild decent. We descended very well this time but only dabbed our feet because of those in front baulking.
By the time we reached the aid station everyone was sorted out and we continued on up the next very long ascent loosing only a few places before reaching the Enduro (timed downhill) section.
We had a perfect run down - so much better than on our trial day, despite one rider who knocked into me as he tried to get back on ...
... 3. Bubble wrap and a box to put the breakables in.
Of course we buy those things and more. Went to Pacific Centre in the middle of the CBD to look at the shops; just a place with clothing and a food court. Of course boys have A&W for lunch.
The family split up with Adam & Stuart going off to Metro Town, and Matthew and Helen ...
... was also a tree top adventure where you wandered 10 stories up on boardwalks between the big trees, and a cliff walk where you head out over the gorge on a walkway just bolted into the rock face. Along with that was all the usual rainforest things - ranger guided walks, coffee shops, native guide walks, coffee shops, history walks, coffee shops, totem poles, souvenir shops that sold coffee, boardwalks and so on. A great way to ...