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Hi Everyone! Welcome to our first blog post :)
We have just left Vancouver and currently on the bus towards Seattle - no excuse not to do the blog when there is free wifi!
Vancouver was awesome, very easy city to get around and very green! Every apartment downtown had trees on the roof and planters on the balconies with lots of community gardens everywhere. The bus drivers were lovely!
Our first full day ...
... to the station for a ride to downtown Vancouver. Yet it is not cold (10 degrees) but especially rainy.
This morning (11 Dec.) when I woke up the rain stopped. Just a quick breakfast before going on the road for some sightseeing. On the map I saw a Jimi Hendrix Shrine. This was quite funny. It seems in the sixties on that place was a restaurant where Jimi's grandmother was cooking. For that reason Jimi came there frequently. For that reason this "memorial". ...
... is a bit colder today than it was yesterday but I shouldn't be complaining because I have a big 2 days ahead of me on Whistler Mountain snowboarding and helping out the locals.
It has just gone past midday and I have just finished having lunch at a great restaurant called the Five Sails. I ordered the duck and grand mariner soufflés. And it was amazing. I am heading back to my apartment now for a rest before I check out ...
... wine and off we follow back to his place.
things could not have been better, we chatted had a laugh got drunk and then Tom, Trev's dad entertained us with his guitar, banjo, singing and humour.
a dam good night.
they offered us the option to stay another night as there was a big fireworks display at the harbor the next evening.....
what to ...
... the week. We went to Oregano’s for a delicious Italian dinner and took the leftovers home in a box, as if there was not enough food in the fridge yet. The great thing about Phoenix (just like Vegas actually) was that there was no need to look outside in the morning to decide what you were going to do or wear today; you could be certain that it was over 38 degrees Celsius and that the sun was shining bright. On Sunday we went tubing down the Salt River, which was ...