Bent Prop Inn & Hostel Of Alaska
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Saturday 7th June Leaving cruise in Whittier and bus to Anchorage.
We've booked a transfer to Anchorage with Anchorage Tours and Transfers (for A$45 each) which includes stopping at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Centre, and various photo stops. We don’t have to meet them till 9am, so don’t have to hurry. As usual, Murray is …
... got to the airport easily and got checked through quickly, although I was randomly chosen to have my hands swiped for chemicals. The funny thing that happened is that I have become so dark from all the outdoors activities that when I returned to the seating area to find Daisy , she told me she thought she saw me and it was a black guy (LOL).
The plane took off around 20 minutes late which cut our layover time to four and a half hours ...
... ft. It isn't very far from the parking lot before we got some views of Anchorage and Cook Inlet. Every few turns got better views, but also became steeper, and changing to timbered steps and trellises to help move upward. At about a mile up, a large square bench offers abreak and impressive views. The trail continues upward and steeper from there. The last section is very steep. Mike and Roger made it all the way, ...
... perk? Jumping ahead of things, while on the cruise, it was hard not to compare our cruising experiences. Although we enjoyed the trip, our Royal Caribbean ship was way better. To be fair though, on RC, it was our first cruise, we were just starting out on a round the world trip, we had a window and the weather was warm. From what I gather, Princess is popular for two reasons...they have tons of balcony rooms and they operate good land tours. We choose ...
... windsurfers playing around near Beluga Point (so called because it was from here that locals used to come to look for the Beluga whales to catch). Matthew, our guide for the final section of the journey, told us that not only is the inlet super cold but the sand bars mean that the channel doesn’t progressively get deeper, it can suddenly become shallow catching people unawares. When the 2 windsurfers realised we were watching them one , in particular, put on a show although he crashed ...