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... began a little war over who led across the bridges- they had no fear!!! On a few of them we followed a family where the mum was petrified of the heights and went very slowly, we made the kids wait until she made it across before letting them loose- racing along behind eachother.
We walked around the trees, completing the scavenger hunt before begging to go around the treetops again. We then made our across the suspension bridge again before going on the cliff walk where we spied ...
... meant we were racing for the ferry to Vancouver Island but with all the panniers on board we were struggling to average more than 11mph. We only made it because the ferry was running late and we played the ignorant tourist card by cycling to the ferry rather than going to the main ticket office. The ticking off for Steve was worth it and it meant we were picked up by Brenda and Cotie (sp) the dog at Swartz Bay and soon drinking tea and eating lentil stew in her lovely big ...
... Before this I wondered why people even go in these shops, who wants this ****, what would they ever do with it? But between Sandie & I and the many packets of Tim Tams, we've come up with 'showbags' of stuff that even we would love to receive. And now that I'm a tourist in another land I found myself wanting to search for that perfect representation of the city I'm in. So we visited several souvenir shops today & yes I've bought myself a couple of things unique to Canada. ...
So, we flew on September 11 and actually, by the standards of 2014, had a relatively quiet and uneventful flight.
Since we are only in Vancouver for part of a day and night, we did not rent a car here but, instead took the Skytrain from the airport to downtown. A remarkable thing to have a comfortable, efficient train that connects directly to the heart of the city-I understand that Toronto will have one ready for the start of the Pan-Am games in 2015, unless ...
... but I had a $100 Avis coupon from credit card points (that did not work in Iceland), so that should cover it for a day. I'm excited to be able to get out of the city tomorrow and visit some outlying areas.
For dinner, I drove to an Afghani place called 'The Afghan Horsemen" on Granville Island. The ...