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Travel Blogs from North Vancouver
... school holidays, so there was no possibility of being able to stretch out at all. Neither of us slept much, but enjoyed the movies - John recording 7 watched! Arriving at Vancouver on Monday 29 about 5.15pm we were greeted by a very excited Mikayla, jumping up and down, shouting Ma & Pa, Ma & Pa! It was so good to see them all. They have a view from their balcony, directly back to Vancouver, a great spot close ...
... That really helped me overcome my
fear. So fly the plane!
The first day of
June, 2008 could have been my last of gliding if it hadn’t been for some
supportive friends and relatives and some pelicans. It was another very windy
day, which was an indication that there was a lot of thermal activity and that
a great flight could be coming. Indeed, I was in for a very bumpy tow. Once off
tow, John quickly caught the thermal and thermalled up to ...
... get about 6 hours sleep on the flight. After a 13 hour flight and losing one whole day of our life while in the air, arrived in Auckland at 5:40 am on January 13, about 40 minutes ahead of schedule, YAHOO!. We then walked from the International Terminal over to the Domestic Terminal (about 15 minutes away, two different buildings) to wait for our connection to Blenheim. We then had to walk out onto the tarmac to our plane. Our plane was a very cute ...
I cannot believe what I came home to today.. Waiting just beside the front door of my apartment, was that bloody advent calendar from Alex that I have been chasing half way around Vancouver and back again!
This bloody thing has been to more places in Canada than I have! It does look a little worse for wear, none of the chocolates were behind the windows but instead were decoratively scattered ...
Such sore feet after a long day...
We did the Vancouver City Highlights tour today. We were picked up at 10am and we were part of a small group (Australians and UK) with a very knowledgable and amusing tour guide. Our first stop-off was the tower overlooking the city. Then we went to a Queen Elizabeth park where we saw some beautiful birds at the Bloedel Conservatory. Then it was lunch at Granville Island - all too ...
Other places to stay in North Vancouver
Lynnmour North, North Vancouver | 3 star hotelfrom $140
Lower Capilano Marine, North Vancouver | 2 star hotelfrom $87
Lower Capilano Marine, North Vancouver | 2 star hotelfrom $84
North Vancouver, North Vancouver | 3 star hotelfrom $142
Lynnmour South, North Vancouver | Hotelfrom $55
North Vancouver, North Vancouver | 4 star hotelfrom $177