BEST WESTERN Capilano Inn & Suites
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Thank you again to our large extended family in all the amazing countries we have visited. Thank you for inviting us into your homes and accepting us as part of your family. We will be forever thankful and grateful.
We love you all!
Nigel, Rieko, Dylan, Devon and Kina (The travelling Bennett Clan)
We are now home looking for the next ...
... flight could only be described as dreadful,
as after the long winter, it seemed as though I had forgotten much of what I
had learned and everything seemed unfamiliar to me. We had parked our RV next
to the air terminal, along with several other families, so while watching the
beacon light flash in the dark, I reviewed what needed to be done and next day
I had two spectacular flights.
The next weekend,
I even had “The bestest gliding flight ...
... enough! Within the park, they also had a Treetops style walk and an incredible cliff walk with suspension cables attaching it’s narrow path over the gorge right into the side of the cliff. Very cool with a sheer drop below, amazing views and the oldest growth forest we had ever seen in our life, the oldest tree being 1300 years and 71m tall. Also interesting to note British Columbia is where 20% of useable water in the world comes from, hence why they have so much rain! Very ...
... BlueBridge ferry across the Cook Strait which is a working ferry hauling livestock, big semi-trailers hauling tractors and farm equipment and lastly passengers. It is a 3 hour crossing across the Cook Strait which sometimes can be pretty nasty weather but we were very lucky as it was fairly calm. Judy there can be calm crossing days :)). Arrived in Wellington (capital of New Zealand) at 11:30, picked up our rental car, a small Nissan station wagon ...
... found a wonderful puppet shop. Although we weren't overly impressed with the overpriced souvenirs, Isaac loved applying all his Zingzilla knowledge listening to various street entertainers - Cuban, Andes and Japanese dijeridoo. We had a succulent lunch of pacific fish and chips and clam chowder. On returning in downtown, we went on another mammoth walk. We fond the famous steam clock in Gastown and visited Canada ...