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... of the locals for keeping up.
The rainforest was amazing and the height of the trees on such a steep slope would make for interesting felling later on. We did the climb with 3 others, as well as Richard and Bob ( who are also racing BC) Stitch and the two Eric's, one of whom lost their key somewhere on the climb.
We returned down the mountain via the cable car and a warm honey tea. Thankfully we brought jackets because our tops ...
... 8217;t going to catch it. We actually saw the bus waiting on the far side of the main road, but it left just as we were heading back towards it.
Having missed the bus, we walked down to the beach and along the shoreline, taking photos as we went, missing the famous statue of the surfing Duke, then heading inland, following a tourist sign towards the crater. A lady taxi driver offered us a lift to the crater for $3 each, a very good deal, in retrospect, but ...
I splurged and bought a nice warm long puffer coat, from the discount rack, that I couldn't ...
We began boarding our Air Canada flight for Vancouver at 7:25 pm. and took off from Toronto Pearson at 8:20 pm, essentially on time.
It takes a little more than 5 hours to fly from Toronto to Vancouver, but we arrive only 2 hours later because we crossed 3 time zones. It's gonna be a long day/night.
Our plane is a Boeing 777. It's a wide body aircraft, ...
Three big suitcases on the trunk, a duffel bag, 5 Nikon cameras, 2
computers, a GPS, I tablet, 1 Kindle reader, assorted footwear and
clothes. A few minutes later and we're driving towards the border.
The next hour went by quickly. Taking the road has always been a sense of
escape and comfort for both of us. We've taken many long road trips
together . My most memorable road trip was when we picked picked up
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