Travel Blogs from Nanaimo
... into. I admired them for that, and in many ways those are the folks that have inspired this trip.
Though I alluded to it in the intro I do think it is important to re-iterate the fact that we're not cyclists, just guys on bikes. Cyclists talk about bikes, dream about bikes, get wet over techy bike improvements. Cyclists have bike computers and know how to change a flat. Cyclists enjoy suffering more so than would be considered normal. No I'm not ...
To climb up a mountain, even if it's more a hill and has no rock face, but with three really sporty people, it was quiet a bit.
Five hours for both ways, would not be that hard.
So here it is, I might be active, but I am not sporty.
It was a great walk and the scenery amazing (we could even see a tiny version of sparkling Vancouver far away) and I loved every minute of it.
We had made this travel blog so that you can all follow us as we go on our adventure through India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and a last stop in New York City. We will be updating on here as much as we can, and putting up as many pictures as possible so you can look at them when you are either working or studying in raining British Columbia ;)
We are heading to Vancouver on Monday and then our flight leaves on Tuesday morning. Out first ...
... AROUND THE OLD DOWN TOWN AREA AND THEN BACK DOWN TO THE HARBOUR BASIN.
THEN A LITTLE STOP FOR SOME R & R IN THE CASINO (DO YOU THINK I COULD SURVIVE LIVING HERE SO CLOSE?). BUT IT WAS A GOOD VISIT, CAME HOME WITH A LITTLE MORE JINGLE THAN I WENT.
THE FLOWERS ARE SO VERY NICE AS I KNOW WHEN I HEAD HOME IT ISN'T GOING TO BE QUITE AS BEAUTIFUL WITH ...
... and significantly less cranky book, Ghost Train to the Eastern Star, describes travel as "one of the laziest ways on earth of passing time. Travel is not merely the business of being bone-idle, but also an elaborate bumming evasion, allowing us to call attention to ourselves with our conspicuous absence while we intrude on other people's privacy
-being actively offensive as fugitive free loaders."
Bone-idle? Either ...