Vancouver Extended Stay
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... longer route to get the bike in ($CAD50 handling fee) and then convincing them we didn't have to pay another $CAD200 for the extra bags (thanks to Koru Membership) but our check-in person was very helpful, knowledgeable and asked all the right questions, so that was good! We then met up with Party C who had - unbelievably - had their first large stone-chip in the windshield on the approach road to the airport drop off! Three days of mountain driving and not a scratch, ...
Success! We tracked down that elusive lobster (thank goodness ). Everybody very happy. It was so nice to be sitting outside at 9 pm eating dinner without wind, or the need for a jacket, just a t shirt. The great thing about this hotel's location is that if you walk ...
... be true. We took advantage of the relaxed hostel rules by drinking our beer in the common room (odd when they have a bar of their own downstairs) and met a weird American called Matt who seemed intent on joining us. He was from New York and on his way to South Korea to teach English for a year. Needless to say, it became clear over the next 24 hours that he likes his women from that part of the world. To Manish's amusement we had our hearts set on a second night in Roxy's and ...
... Missing my flight. My visa’s still valid after all. Stay. Escape the things, the people I don’t care to come home to. Increase that space.
But I’m ready for the next thing now. The next of life’s big swings. Besides, in the words of the immortal VM – “What fighter gets to leave the ring and still say that they won?”
I’m ready. Are you?
Your B. ...
... for a wash and cut on the Friday, of course I said yes! Banging! A free haircut?! Although my dad wasn't best pleased when I told him I was having my hair cut by a stranger, I think he immediately assumed it was a 52 year old, sweaty, Mexican called Pablo or something. I quickly reassured him that the wicked girl I met was definitely no Pablo. I then arrived at a hostel, the wrong hostel, although I felt stupid at the time.. WHO decided it was a smart idea to put two hostels ...