Kootenay Lake Guest House
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... bears which took us out of our comfort zone as you had to hack through really dense rainforests in the pouring rain and mud and climbing up rock faces but that just added to the excitement. Pete wore shorts the first time and soon realised that was a mistake when he got a massive cut up the back of his leg. We managed to see about 5 grizzlies whilst we were there, one of which walked right in front of us. We had hoped to see more and also wanted to see ...
... British Columbia. Canada is massive! Also discovered that the Canadians drive as slowly as the Americans. We have a night in a hotel before we get picked up tomorrow morning and taken to Grizzly Bear Ranch for 3 nights. The hotel was already included as part of the package and we didn't know what to expect but it's gorgeous and ...
... and it really gives the area the feel of stepping back in time... It is a very touristy area, with hip cafes and restaurants, loads of touristy shops, but also many chic furniture and clothes shops, with exorbitant prices, but was just beautiful to look at! We got back to our hotel late in the afternoon where we knew we had to pack our luggage, take a shower and catch the train to the airport, all the while bracing ourselves for the 22 hour flight. The only ...
... sounds like they all needed a good spanking to me!! Unfortunately, Rona and Peter, in their excitement, often had problems controlling their spit when they spoke.....therefore Todd and I....and everyone else, tried never to either sit next to or across from them at meals.....of course we weren't always successful....but then they did both also have some interesting stories to tell as long as you were ok with inside rain. Then there was Liz and Paul, Aussies from Sydney in their ...
... It was dark when we left for the lodge and we rode slowly home as there is so much wildlife on these roads.
We decided to stay for another day and after a beautiful breakfast we lazed the day away then Sigrid and Brian walked to Fletcher Falls. Brian and I rode into Kaslo and shopped for a BBQ dinner the meat was expertly cooked by CJ. We ate out on the back deck and it was a lovely evening.