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Travel Blogs from Blaine
After hearing about my new job opportunity in the wilderness I Organized a farewell dinner for myself with some friends that I know I wouldn't be able to catch up with before I left it was perfect :) We met for dinner at the Old Spaghetti Factory at new West sky train station and had a lovely dinner! Denise, Lexi, Mark, Therese, Lisa, Ryan, ...
... best wildlife encounter that I have ever had, but at the time I just wanted to be back in my hotel room in my bed. Finally the time came when I collapsed onto my bed and made a promise to myself to take it easy on the mudslides for the rest of the trip.
A few more days passed of lying around on the beach and stepping over the sun-baking iguanas before we headed back to Canada. At this point we’d pretty much spent what we had saved and it was time to go to ...
... and have chats. Also my cousin Alex, he is 27, has moved to Vancouver from Japan and was staying with my uncle Chris and Miranda.
The day after I arrived was Canadian Thanksgiving. Not really sure what the purpose behind Canadian Thanksgiving is, but I digress. What I do know is that Chris cooked an absolute feast. There was turkey, other stuff, more turkey, and more other stuff. I ate…a lot, it was phenomenal.
I stayed with my Grandmother, Amala, ...
... certain spots all over Vancouver, you just grab one, pay $9 for 24 hours and drop it off at another bike station. They have closed car lanes in the city and painted them green so that only bikes can ride on them. Some of the large buildings have huge gardens on the roof, there are lots of trees everywhere. Very green and lots of rain.
We went up Grouse Mountain, which was in the clouds most of the ...
... Do yourselves a favour and book one of these beautiful ships and avoid the haggard Holland America Line fleet entirely?!
But the real headaches started when we trudged down the corridor to the very rear of the ship for the first time and we opened the door of cabin 4183 to find it was a rear-facing cabin on the ****-end of the ship and the lowest passenger deck on the ship! The issue here was that Mila can get queasy on a ship and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting