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Made it to the bus on time! After a quick attendance we were on our way. Me and Jeff checked our bags together. The weight limit was 23.0 kg. Jeff's bag weighed 22 and mine was 22.8!! Phew! Got our tickets and headed to customs. Mr Johnson and a few others were buying some last minute Euros. I only had 50s so I bought a few smaller bills. This separated me and Jeff and he ended up In a different line through security. Being a ...
We weren't going to visit Grouse Mountain actually as we thought it might me a bit too touristy, but we took Simon's recommendation and we're so glad we did. What an amazing place. Yes, there were lots of tourists, (including us!) but there's so much space and you don't have to spend any time at Starbucks or the Grouse Smoked BBQ restaurant. What we did do was ...
... predator. The traffic today is absolute chaos as we return to Lake Louise, we are pleased with the decision to use the shuttle bus. People are parked for kms down both sides of the road in an effort to see this iconic place. We observed that the Lake Moraine road was now not as busy and decide to drive the 14 kms out to the Lake. Well the traffic was still really quite unbelievable, but we did find a park and spent a little time at the Lake. It is very beautiful, but ...
Our time in Victoria is quickly coming to an end and we will be boarding our cruise ship Volendam tomorrow. But today we are walking around town ( 5 mins away ) and this evening Jess and Richard are taking us to a winery near the gardens we visited this morning for a farewell dinner. The four of us set off into the city, Sheryl and I hoping to do a bit of shopping, Charlie happy to follow and ...
... of the Tlingits, and watch Native dancers, but it’s more of a manufactured experience to get tourist dollars. By the time the bus returned we had seen it and were ready to hop on. We now planned to take the bus as far as the end of the line North, about 20kms from the town, and 25kms from where we hopped on. It was a very long trip right through town and out the other side, with diversions at the Airport Ferry, Walmart and the Hospital, with not a lot to see. The bus ...