Woodside Cottage B & B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... as a spot of ice skating. Riley was SUPER keen to do this, but let's just say he will be in no rush to have another shot at it. It ended in tears - and a sore arm, head and butt.
No time for lunch, we were off to do some dog sledding. This is what I was most excited about - and it was everything and more that I hoped it would be.
We spent some time patting the dogs. I was surprised at that. I thought they'd be treated as working dogs and we'd be kept at ...
... back to our hostel.
Earlier that night on our way to their house i dropped my phone and didn't realise. I lost the plot! I realised 5mins later and retraced our path but couldn't find it. We asked everyone and called it plenty of times hoping someone would answer with it. Half an hour later we retraced our path again and we found it in the gutter at the edge of the road, i was stoked!! I didn't want to go through the fuss and money of buying and setting up a new one.
... such a legend) and we have a clean shower and a nice place to sleep for the night before a number of weeks in hostels amongst crazy travelers. Travel plans are as follows: Canada - Calgary Mexico - Mexico City Puerto Vallarta Salyulita Guanajuato Oxaca City San Jose del Pasifico Belize - Caye Caulka Open ended Cuba - Havana Open ended With a one way ticket booked to Mexico City we will see how far our money lasts and how many places we actually get to. Asta ...
... were we , the path started to become steeper however the benefit of this was that scenery got better and the mist had completely lifted and we could see glaciers of the distance. We couldn't believe it that the track was getting steeper , however it was well sign posted and the arrows keep on pointing to the tea house. We had left the crowds well behind us and we were wondering wether we should have employed some Sherpas as we were above the tree line and we were ...
Well, this morning we did indeed manage to get the early start we were looking for (7am alarm for a 7.15am actual get up), though Tim was somewhat reluctant and needed a little cajoling. However we were on our way early doors. The reason? Our main activity planned for the day was the Athabasca Glacier walk on the Columbia Icefields – deemed the highlight of the entire Icefields Parkway road. That in itself is a pretty lofty claim to make, ...