BEST WESTERN Capilano Inn & Suites
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- Free parking
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Today we got up and had a long drive to Whistler, stopping along the way at view points, very beautiful route. We stopped at whistler which is where they hosted the winter Olympic Games in 2010 and there we had lunch walked around the place and then had a lovely ice cream. We then stopped at Brandywine falls where there was a spectacular waterfall …
... energy resources. We were pleasantly surprised at the ease in which we took this adventure, as we were both feeling the effects of our climb that day. Surprisingly, we made this trek in 45 minutes time, easily, and set up tent and camp for the night.
While I was happy to discover that the 1-person tent would indeed accommodate both of us, boy am I glad that we tested this one out. In the morning, we'd decide that ...
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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 ...
... for whiter country! I'm of course referring to the Shwifes.. The best non lesbian, girl couple at Cypress, (it's a long and slightly confusing story!) On a positive note I have taken all or this spare time to do some of the touristy stuff I hadn't been able to do before now. For example I went to a hockey college league game on Monday. Now, for those of you not quite up to speed on your college ...
... outing over to Waiheke, a small island that is a 40 minute ferry ride from Auckland, in fact there is a population of approximately 8000 permanent residents and about 1400 of them commute each day to Auckland in work. And wait I went shopping again and bought some very pretty summer skirts, who would have thought that I could become a clothes shopper, (Penny you would be proud).
We also took a day outing on the Hop On Hop Off bus ...