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Hopped off ship and took the free shuttle bus to Capilano suspension bridge and cliff walk.
Russell seems to have got over his height fears (must be age related???)
It was a goodtime to go as we seemed to beat the crowd.
The suspension bridge is 450ft long and 230 ft above the Capilano river and sways quite a …
Well arrived in Sydney and walked down to the Great Southern hotel. This is a good place to stay. Quite nice on the inside and very quite as we were well back from the street. Walked down to china town and had a great chinese with the locals in a food hall of all varieties of Asian food.Walked up George street and found a nice yoghurt place for …
... part of Hastings today and went to Red Wagon diner we were sadly excited to eat at a place, which has been featured on an American programme called Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. We stopped by giant charity shop the one thing in North America is they know how to do everything big!
Sun – off to Vancouver Island by the ferry, check out the next blog it will be Elliot’s birthday so we are going to treat ...
... a few of the local ales and stocked up for dinner that night at the markets. On the way home, we stopped off at Rodney’s Oyster Bar for some $1.50 Happy Hour Oysters. Al and I tried the panfried breaded oysters which were simply incredible and so fat and juicy I felt like I was eating a steak and needed a knife and fork! Another delicious meal back at the Pepe’s completed with a game of taboo which saw them take out the final Championship 2 games to 1 ( a rematch ...
... we arrived at the top we headed straight for the bear enclosure. Dan and I circled the whole thing trying to locate the bears but we couldn't see them. Then we noticed a couple with there camera out and we knew what that meant so we raced over and there they were. One bear was walking over to one of the workers and the other was walking under the bridge we were standing on. They were huge! The two bears were orphaned in 2001, within a month of each ...