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The next morning we bid farewell to Banff and boarded the Rocky Mountaineer Train.
This is considered the most spectacular train trip in the world. From the luxury of the Gold Leaf Dome Carriage we journeyed through the stunning landscapes of the Thompson and Fraser Valleys to the spectacular and rugged beauty of the Canadian Rockies. Travelled through the legendary spiral tunnels, Kicking Horse Pass, ...
Well, what an awesome day, travelling the Rocky Mountaineer from Vancouver through to Kamloops, enroute to Jasper, AB. The scenery on this ride is amazing and, if you ever have the chance, it is a worthwhile train ride to do. The whole experience is professional and the attendants on board the train are second to none. It may seem like a long time to be sitting on a train, but the time passes quickly with so much to see and just absorb. Stay tuned for day ...
... to the homeless person I pass by. I'm not judging either society for being "better", I can't judge one country for the treatment of it's animals when we treat people here with the same inattention.
The noise and sight chaos of Nepal I will also miss: The constant blare of car, bike or motorbike horns, dodging the source of those same horns while on the streets, the brightly decorated and painted buses and trucks passing within inches of each other on ...
The drive from Whistler to Kamloops was a sceneic journey of mountains, lakes, forests and then open plains. Stopping in at Nairn Falls provided a chance to stretch the legs and walk the 3km loop to take some photos. The trip is dangerous though. Its easy to see a beautiful vista and just about drive off the road. Stacey is doing well though, only one brief excursion out of ...
... front of our van, silly adolescent bear! Mum and Michael had the perfect view! Really hope I get the opportunity to see a bear soon! Once we got to Kamloops it was quite a boring large concrete town, in the valley of the mountains. Not much to do when there's no rodeo in town, so we changed our booking to just the 1 night. We got to our park on a lake and chilled, reading a book on the lakeside. Looking forward to the true Rockies tomorrow, onto ...
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- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking