Executive Inn At Whistler Village
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... to the shuttle that met us north of where we started. It was an incredible morning and we can't wait to try it again sometime! After showering and changing, we rustled up some burritos for lunch and then had a mini siesta. Refreshed, we did a walk to Lost Lake, where Evan went in up to his knees and told us we'd "get used to the cold!" The clouds were looking quite ominous, so we hiked back to town. Brad had to go shopping for mountain bike ...
... of Vancouver: a mass of skyscrapers, and a realisation that Vancouver Island is so very mountainous: no wonder roads are so limited on the island. Oh heck - petrol needed for the car. Top tip: when renting a car in BC make sure you know the capacity of the tank as they require pre-payment. Jennie spent ten minutes trying to solve the tank problem with the service station attendants when Jennie suddenly appeared saying he could not use the pumps, ...
... of Kamloops.We passed through farming country for hay and beef in rolling countryside. We stopped for lunch just out of Kamloops beside the deep dark river. Not a lot of pull offs or areas to stop at and towns are very spread apart. We stopped in Lillooet, a First Nation town, for petrol. All along the Main Street were painted banners that seemed to have been done by students all on different themes. Such a great idea. Just out of Lillooet was the most beautiful aqua green lake, part ...
... to be as quick as possible. All bags collected we finally met M&D who it turns out were living it up in a hotel next door having cocktails before finally arriving in pitch black in Whistler at 1am... But wahoooo we both have our own queen sized beds ... No old ladies... a private bathroom ... And we can out our clothes wherever we like... These next 9 days are going to be ...
It was an early start 5:30 am to ensure we were all packed up and ready to leave whistler and make the journey to Vancouver. Harrison was chuft that he got to travel in Jo's enormous truck. The wheels were as big as Harrison! Although he loved the truck he didn't enjoy the ride as much and we had to pull over once as he felt travel sick. Although he did use the time to practice saying Dayleens name A ...