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... BlueBridge ferry across the Cook Strait which is a working ferry hauling livestock, big semi-trailers hauling tractors and farm equipment and lastly passengers. It is a 3 hour crossing across the Cook Strait which sometimes can be pretty nasty weather but we were very lucky as it was fairly calm. Judy there can be calm crossing days :)). Arrived in Wellington (capital of New Zealand) at 11:30, picked up our rental car, a small Nissan station wagon ...
Got up in time to have breakfast and make the 8:50 am Big Bus (Hop-on Hop-off) to Stanley Park where we transferred to another bus for a 45 minute tour. Again, the driver was very informative and the park is fantastic. The driver in fact is a retired gentleman who has also written a book about Vancouver transport and John won the book in a quiz the driver put on during the tour, It has won a world wide competition for the last 2 years as the best park in the world ...
... Pacific Coast to California. It is a popular ski resort. Hard to believe we are so close to the USA border here. We travel through the soil rich area of the Fraser Valley where local farms produce a variety of crops including berries, vegetables, orchards, bulbs, hops, seedling etc. Fort Langley, 164 kms from our final destination was once the centre of the complex culture of the First Nations people of the West Coast. Our host Mandy gives us a quiz ...
... j)"Special" desserts and beer with Stef on our house boat
3. (s)Van Gogh Museum and Anne Frank house / (j)Stroopwafels
1. (s)1 euro Beligan waffles / (j)Getting our medieval fair on!
2. (s)Belgian fries sandwich / (j)Belgian Fries
3. (s)Belgian chocolate stores with the same number of samples as Costco / (j)Awesome beer selection
North Shore of Vancouver - We self seeded ourselves in the second wave and took off at a comfortable pace until we reached the first bit of single track where there was the usual backlog - not due to roadies being scared of the downhill but we later found out a black bear. I don't see why as we were told yesterday at briefing to whack the bear with our bikes.
We settled into the long climb but were passed by a few who then caused a bit ...