Accent Inn Kamloops
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We are back on the road today after a brilliant week in vancover. I'm very sad we have started our journey home. On the plus side we went for coffee down to road before we set off. All full of caffeine and waffles we hit the road. Beano making most of the conversation about Russia, black spider man and frogs. We all know about the life cycle of frogs now, which you never know when you may ...
... we notice 2 children asleep. Many times we cross and travel beside the Fraser River to make our way to Kamloops going past the open flats for farming of dairy and vegetables. Soon our climb begins and we head into logging and Hydro electric communities.
As the train winds it's way following the Fraser River we pass the towns of Mission, Kirkby and Hope before we get to the famed and intimidating Hells Gate and it's fabulous rapids.Soon after Hells gate we dine on a ...
... sparse vegetation, in a sort of desert with much lower rainfall. It was a strange change from the lush greenery of the previous day. One thing was constant and that was the furious flow of the rivers fed by the snow melt, and we went past the Jaws of Death gorge, with very violent rapids and then the confluence of the Thompson and Fraser rivers creating one broad, swollen and fast moving flow, which stretches all the way to ...
... district of bars and restaurants.
Friday morning we took full advantage of our time left before we were off to the airport. We had time to fit in one last site so we headed up to Swayambhunath, the "Monkey Temple", to visit one last Buddhist temple before flying back to Canada. We climbed up the eastern stairway with the macaques running and calling beside us. Looking out over the slightly hazy Kathmandu sky, we found ourselves starting to dig our heels into ...
Day 129 and Day 130 - We remain in Prince George getting caught up on chores and just kind of resting up from our whirlwind tour of 60 days and over 5,700 miles. Our tail gunners were finally able to leave Anchorage, where Bill had to have surgery on his eye for a detached retina and they were trying very hard to get from Anchorage to Prince George to say good bye to everyone, but they just couldn't do it. So, we decided to wait so that they wouldn't feel so bad. ...