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... pressies for the kids. Mission accomplished!
Decided to use our travel passes and head towards Capilano Suspension Bridge but got on the wrong bus again - went to the Lynn Valley Suspension Bridge which we saw when we were first here in Vancouver. Oh well at least it killed some time.
We returned to the wharf and had a schnitzel and strong German beer which kind of put us to sleep as we had to make our way back to the airport. The restaurant ...
Up early to walk downtown to our respective stations, today we will spend with the men and women of the British Columbian Ambulance Service. Phip and I were at the same station, we arrived just before start time and were met by Andrew and Tom, I would be riding with them today, Phip was attached to the 0730 crew and would start then. After exchanging pleasantries and the vehicle checks, it was time for the first job of the day, Coffee ! but as per normal on the way ...
... garments, and as caskets. They're formed from a single plank of wood that has been steamed (again, with hot rocks) and folded around to make a rectangle. The open sides are sewn together, and a top and bottom are added. Very cool.
Traditional native architecture featured huge, multi-family structures, built using a post and beam construction. Luckily, the western coast has an abundance of red and white cedars, which grow straight and ...
After crossing the border back in to Canada it was time to get down to the business of sorting out our lives to once again board a plane and move on to the next part of our adventure. With the count down to the World Cup reaching single digits we had some serious work to do before we could fly away from our North American road trip. Camping gear, clothes, the car, cooking gear. It all had to be cleaned and polished ready ...
... of 44 pounds for our internal flights between Quito and Coca and between Guayaquil and the Galápagos Islands. I have no idea how heavy 44 pounds feels; I will put my bathroom scale to work in this regard. Fortunately, if our luggage is overweight, there are secure places to store excess belongings until the return flight. Thus I am also taking a light-weight nylon duffel bag to hold the excess if necessary, and to carry souvenirs and gifts on ...
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