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... thinned out. We only had to dodge the pedestrians on this part of the ride and of course, avoid riding off the edge of the Seawall. A few hills were thrown into the mix as we left the park and Mac cruised up as the master of the gears. I chose to walk the beast up the inclines! Our passion for the adventure was waning by the time we hit Kitsalano Beach so we revived our enthusiasm with a visit to the Gelato Stand. We watched some seals playing in ...
... issue here just as in any other major city (possible more than Melbourne but less than I noticed in Seattle) I was always under the impression that Canada had better social services than its neighbour but I might be wrong.
Anyway - what of Vancouver? Overall - we liked it! As we only had 2 days in the city we decided to base the choice of sightseeing on the weather. Saturday was the pick of the days so we reserved that for Stanley Park and ...
... I was finally going to meet Natalie, the school principal that is hosting me!
10:00 am. I had to wait.
11:00 am. Still had to wait.
12:00 am. Patience!
1:00 pm. KNOCK! KNOCK!
And there she was, all smiles and joy! I think she was really glad to finally see me in person, after all these months of corresponding by e-mail! It is said that first impressions are important. Well, I had a remarkably ...
... all flat! Finishing our loop back at the bike shop, we headed off for a well earned lunch and medicinal wine looking over the water. After lunch we headed off to discover Gastown and Yaletown before bidding a final farewell to Gay and Bob. A few drinks people watching at a bar overlooking the street, had us go home to pack our bags to try and keep them under the regulated weight in order to fly to Kelowna for a 9 night stay ...
... Then there was the older couple from rural Wisconsin who kept exclaiming “Holy Buckets!” about everything. That was a new one on me, but I took it to mean something along the lines of “wow, this is incredible!” The most adventurous thing about the hike was using some pre-installed ropes to scramble up a very short, muddy, somewhat slippery incline. But never mind, we were hiking in the wilds of Alaska with Andy and Cucumber Dale, who were more than happy ...
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