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Well today is the last leg of our trip, we are off to Vancouver.
Breakfast at Tim Hortons and then on our way at 8.15am. It's 23 degrees.
There is all Indian sculptures around Osoyoos, very nice, animals too (didn't get any pics though)
Vineyard country around here also.
8.40 - Cawston - cherries are $15 for 10 pounds, wonder if …
... an extra day of parking). Tanya and Anne Van set out on foot while the ladies and I drove to the museum.
The UBC campus rests at the top of a large hill overlooking the ocean and had me wishing that I had attended the school. We paid to park in a garage across the street, but there is some parking outside just in front of the building. Inside we paid $17.75 for our tickets and began to wander around. Luckily, ...
... makers, this group. They're all my age, so we didn't get into TOO much trouble. There was karaoke - the ladies and I were back up singers for this poor kid singing "Hey Jude". We loudly supported Jacob, a sixteen-year-old singing prodigy. We had midnight snacks at the sports bar and ended up in the disco after hours, where I taught the three remaining people the dance for Happy. Needless to say, the next day was a restful ...
... I consider it a small price to pay for a wonderful weekend in Newcastle.
We spotted Felicity in the International Check-In line, which, along with the security screening point, was unusually long for such an early hour of the morning. I spotted Jase Fotheringham who'd just checked in for his fight to Cairns, He turned with a rather surprised look on his face as he heard his name called out! Hope you have a great time away Jase!
We taxied through ...
... in a carryon and a tote bag, and boy was that tote bag heavy. Glad we didn't have to navigate with our bags. Expected to have a long wait to clear customs as there was 3 ships in port. Happily it wasn't as bad as I feared. One of the perks of being Platinum Castaway is that you don't have a port arrival time, and you get boarding group one, so Joy and I were onboard within minutes after clearing customs. Lunched at Parrot Cay, explored a bit ...
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