Lockehaven Waterfront Bed and Breakfast
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Absolutely loving North Vancouver, so desided to stay a few more days on the North Shore with Darren and Chrissie in their amazing 26 floor Penthouse apartment!
And took complete advantage of their knowledge of the mountains.
We went to Mount Seymour Provincial Park for my first 'big' hike.
A good 8km hike up and down Elsa Lake Trail. Although if Darren had his way it would of been 16km!!
I have to admit I was nervous of potential bears and wild cats... But ...
... came back in torrential rain without an umbrella. Taxi time!
Monday – Explored Chinatown today, it is much more of a working town, compared to SF and London. Lots of food stores but no real restaurants. We tried some Chinese buns…let's just say that they were interesting!
Tuesday – Explored the city center, Gastown, Yaletown, Convention Center and so on. We saw the mountains fully for the ...
... br> We travelled through the beautiful Tongariro National Park, through Rotorua until we finally arrived in Lake Rotoiti. Lake Rotoiti (pronounced Ro-toe- wheati and don't ask me where we get the “w” in that pronuncition) is about a 15 minute drive north of Lake Rotorua. We are staying in Angela’s brother’s batch which is a 2 minute walk from the lake front.
Now it is tourist time, we started with ...
... our last visit. Still overcast, raining and traffic everywhere through the city - even on a Saturday afternoon. We love it! Was great to travel over the Lions Gate Bridge to North Vancouver and our accommodation.
Our garden apartment is a real gem. All the little details are appreciated (comfy couches, beds, sheets, classy nice soaps, shampoo's, body wash, fluffy white ...
... noticed on google maps before i left there was a sushi bar next to vans called O Sushi. I got the spicy sushi combo which cost me £7 and was gigantic. I couldnt put any of it to waste though it was to good to throw out. Vans shop had heaps of cool stuff in it, probably shouldnt of went as i had just managed to free up some space in my backpack and im not wantig to fill it up again with things i dont really need. I did get some socks and a pair of jeans though. Last time i got ...