Delta Burnaby Hotel and Conference Centre
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Here we go again... Early start, 3am alarm to catch 6am flight to Sydney. Mitch drove us to the airport (& got to experience the Qantas club) thanks to Dave Sydney flight and airport all ok and boarded Air Canada flight on time. Flight long, surprise surprise!! And not much sleep had but it's a necessary evil, soooo. This across the world …
... die the eagles have an annual feast. Apparently the major spawning time is mid July to August and the smell of rotting fish is horrendous! We notice that signage on the salmon products seen now are marked as 'sustainable' which means that today most salmon is farmed. Second famous thing is that the town boasts as having the most totem poles in the country. So we decided to do our cultural bit and learn a bit more about this custom. For a culture with no ...
... so that might be a good place to kill a few hours. No other plans aside from strolling the street and poking into shops. We already have 4 pieces of checkins, absolutely no room for more stuff.
So what is my impression of Taiwan? I'm trying to summarize in no specific order:
- Most people we met - on the street, in hotels, in restaurants, etc. - were friendly and polite. It made traveling more pleasant. Compared to mainland China, there's ...
When we were last in Vancouver, in 2011, we stumbled across a really nice Italian restaurant that we always said we'd love to revisit if we ever returned.
Today, with nothing planned, we decided to go back.
In the morning, we watched some movies and relaxed whilst Mum and Dad went walking.
When they returned, they joined us for some chilled out time, before we were ready for our lunch.
... managed to take some pictures. We then proceeded up the slope. Fall is settling in, some trees are changing colour. The patterns were beautiful! As the guide was talking to us about the wild berries soon disappearing for the season, mainly eaten by the bears, we saw a bear cub and it's mother! They were minding their own business, eating what was left of the berries on branches. It was do amazing to see these animals ...