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Well, not really ...
Headed off to North Vancouver (aka the other side of the harbour) and spent some hours at the Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park.
Originally built to allow loggers to get from one side of a deep gorge, where their settlement was, to the other side, where the trees were, it is a long time Vancouver area tourist trap.
Temperate Rainforest, see. Pretty rare. Even rarer that it's ...
... to get concerned when they came through on another conveyor. We were missing one, just happened to be the new bag that we had to buy to replace the one that got damaged. Russ and Rob went over to the bag man, they are getting good at this, the man said " IF we find it, where would you like us to send it to" both boys didn't quite know what to say to that! Just at that point it came out all by it's ...
... Benz in the factory in Germany in 1998. For four months,
we drove all over Europe and then shipped our car from Bremerhaven,
Germany to to Halifax, Nova Scotia. We flew to Boston, USA while
waiting for the car to arrive and after it came and was cleared by
the Canadian Customs, we drove it across Canada for more than two
months. That was my initiation for long driving. We met and visited
with friends and relatives ...
... secondary education in Canada is really different to Australia. They offer subjects that are usually found in uni like robotics and marketing.
Later in the evening, I followed my cousin's choir team to Cedar's Cottage, a local community centre near Gladstone secondary. I volunteered to take photos and videos for them but when the battery died, I joined in with everyone to sing Christmas Carols. I loved it! I hope I get another chance to help out and sing Christmas Carols.
... not. In fact, if you look at the departure screens, you'll see a mix of domestic and international here. Terminal 2 is pretty much all international and way easier to navigate once you figure out you have to simply walk where you think you shouldn't be - but more on that later.
There's an x-ray machine at the entrances where we all scan our bags through, then began the search of checking in and where I realized my flight wasn't showing up - ie I was at the wrong ...
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