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Travel Blogs from Kamloops
... set about finding some treasure at the bottom of the lake. We did find some baby frogs, which we captured one but set it free again. I actually saw a bear on the drive today. We had about 600 sightings of bears which turned out to be tree stumps and then 1 real one! We checked in to our hotel which turned out to be far nicer than we expected, and both rooms up graded. Always a bonus. ...
... net, which send a signal to Edmonton (railway head office) to advise of a land slip, They would then suspend all transport along the line and send a crew out to investigate.
Nearing closer to our destination we come to the beautiful Black Canyon and a perfect opportunity to take a photo of the engines pulling the train. With only 48 miles to go we pass the town of Ashcroft which is the homes to many of the workers who mine the nearby copper mine which is responsible for ...
... spectacular. As we neared Vancouver, the land flattens a little into the Fraser valley which is rich farming area on fertile flood plains where all sorts of crops including corn and blue berries, are prolific. Amongst all of that we were again provided with superb food, and service and enjoyed a much faster train ride than on the first day. It such a great way to see the famous Rockies and its surroundings, no words can do justice to its ...
... Eastern was the cheapest flight to Nepal, and Chinese airlines have poor rankings, we continue to have nothing but positive reviews for the airline as we were fed almost continuously on all our flights, our bags arrived within fifteen minutes of every arrival and not only could we travel without excess fees for our bikes but nobody blinked an eye at the oversize and sometimes overweight luggage. Our one delay occurred in Shanghai due to thick smog. In fact, the view ...
... the sites, so we ended up dry camping at the Flying J (gas station) !!!! Whoopie! But, we all made the best of it and had dinner and breakfast and then we got on our separate ways. They drive south to the border and us to Vancouver. We are officially over the 10,000 mile mark and Nick has driven ALL of it!
Day 132 - The drive to Vancouver (about 250 miles) takes us over two summits each about 4000++ in elevation. One is the Surrey Lake Summit and the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking