BEST WESTERN Capilano Inn & Suites
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- Free parking
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... another short walk along the tarmac to the very tiny Blenheim terminal. Gotta love the small town airports, everyone knows everyone and some even come out to meet their friends on the tarmac why bother waiting in the terminal. That of course wasn't Paul's idea of fun because walking is dirty word to him, so he and Angela waited for us in the terminal. P&I of course said it was nice and warm when we arrived (at least for us) 14 degrees but Paul ...
... a winner.
We headed off to the restaurant for our final meal at Sonora, a fish and chip lunch washed down with a glass of white wine. Gail and Richard were sat outside too as they were on the return flight back with us later that afternoon. They had bitten the bullet earlier and paid for a private salmon fishing trip that morning and were both basking in the glory of a successful trip. They'd both managed to catch a couple ...
... to begin with, as I’m not much into that era of music but Hugh and the band gave it a fresh re-invention and am so glad I brought myself a ticket.
Thirdly and this is that irresistible crooner and the best Frank Sinatra tribute act going
on the planet today, Vancouver boy and all round nice guy, Micheal Bublé. I’ve always wanted to see this chap live and when I saw he was playing (and in ...
... from service as it involved to much manual handling resulting in injuries The guys were a great team and we had a fun day, it was slow by their standards and they welcomed the change, they said it was the 3rd syndrome which means having a 3rd or observer always seems curse them into a slow day with minimal calls, a similar thing occurs when we take out observers. I did tell them is was not so much about the work as I have been in 20 years and seen my fair share it ...
... it only took a few minutes to walk across, those were the longest few minutes of my life... ;)
The walk to and from the bridge was also picturesque - full of mossy green, towering trees and the clearest water you've ever seen out in nature!
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