Crystal's View Vancouver Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... for whiter country! I'm of course referring to the Shwifes.. The best non lesbian, girl couple at Cypress, (it's a long and slightly confusing story!) On a positive note I have taken all or this spare time to do some of the touristy stuff I hadn't been able to do before now. For example I went to a hockey college league game on Monday. Now, for those of you not quite up to speed on your college ...
... the longest concrete wharf in the southern hemisphere. So the crashing waves beckoned Pierre and I, so we quickly changed go our swim suits and went for a swim in the ocean, we actually tried body surfing which was lots of fun but always way too much sand gets into your suit…yuck!! And from what I understand there are not a lot of swimming beaches in NZ because of the undertow. Tolaga Bay had a small undertow but nothing to worry about. ...
... their spare bedroom like that.
From there - who knows, the world is my oyster and I'm ready to take it in...that sounds weirdly sexual... moving on..
Anyways, I finished my breakfast in like 15 minutes (and that's me taking my time .. **** ..) but coffee refills are free! She just poured me another so I think I'll take my time drinking this one before making my way to check in.
Have a splendid day ! Talk soon <3
... every now and then the sea, without question the most scenic journey I’ve ever made.
The weather has picked up a bit – it’s not raining – but it is still pretty bleak as we pull into Whistler. Whistler is where the 2010 Winter Olympic Games were held (maybe it was 2000) and it is incredibly stereotypical of a winter sports mountain town, or at least how I envisage one as I’ve never really been to one before. We only had a vague ...
Well today was Day Zero with the race - Registration, pick up of gear and race briefing.
We managed a sleep in today, probably jet lag catching up and after a late breakfast we hit the first half of the race lap. Lots of stout climbing, at one stage it averages 14% for 1.5 kms, we were in the granny gear at 5kmh. Then we ventured into the darkness of the rainforest and went down even steeper trails than yesterday ...