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13th April 2010
We decided on an early and excitable start as we were collecting the 'Windstar' today; our long awaited car / van to travel in for the next couple of months! The market was awake as early as we were, so we headed down to the second hand bookshop and made a few purchases to keep us going on the road trip, including …
... Even the security guards were nice, which made me quite happy since Melbourne security were trained to look interrogative. Banks in Canada are slightly different compared to Australia. They don't have paypass (not BMO anyways) and they still use Cheque account (though I think either Westpac or NAB still uses it). Nevertheless, I think BMO was a good choice.
Can't wait for my next adventure,
... our flight back home. With the van selling so fast we had 2 weeks in Vancouver until our flight out.
We stayed at Kaolan's, an old Uni friends house and it was pretty nice to be back in a house with the opportunity for a shower every day. We hadn't seen Kaolan for 5-6 years and it was a real treat spending 2 weeks with him. Kaolan runs a brewery called Steam Works, he took us for a tour and Nath and I were both shocked at ...
... Vancouver Aquarium. The Capilano Suspension Bridge is a fantastic wood and cable footbridge across a huge gorge (my Dad's idea of hell, the sheer drop beneath and the bridge rocking as people walk across). The park also has a cliff walk which takes you out on a suspended platform out over the gorge and other treetop walkways. The aquarium is home to rescue dolphins that have been trained to perform - and it is satisfying that these creatures (injured due to being caught up ...
... pontoon and half on the step luckily the pontoon was not damaged and we managed to get her upright thanks to the crew, an we hobbled away poor thing was battered and bruised but not seriously hurt we got a taxi back to the Hotel and checked out her war wounds luckily only bruising that was to last till we got home.
Sadly the day has arrived that we must say good bye to this beautiful city some people would of moaned and groaned at the fact that it was foggy every ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDouglas Guest House Vancouver
Beautiful house, delightful staff. Highly recommend the pancakes for breakfast. Nice and close to Broadway - City Hall skytrain station (5 minute walk). Markets and shops close by.
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