Coast Chilliwack Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Chilliwack
... glider. Who would have thought sailplanes had
attitudes? My lesson was to observe what happens when I put the stick forward,
and observe I did. The nose went down, the horizon popped up and our speed
increased from forty three miles per hour to a very noisy sixty miles per hour.
This increase in speed caused the plane to increase lift so I had to increase
forward pressure on the stick in order to level out. It was logical but I still
had not got the hang of using ...
... it as the cloud was covering the top but as we descended the cloud came down further and nothing was visible.
We topped up with cheap gas in Sumas before crossing the border. We were first in line at customs and you have to stop about 6 metres from the little box where the man sits. So we stopped but we didn't know whether to move forward or not..so we just sat there, eventually he started flicking the red & green light at us, so we drove ...
... s Misery!! On reflection, I find it hilarious that the car door/ankle incident happened where it did - Chilli-WHACK!! In my blogs I've probably not sold VIA Rail to you. Despite this, I would still advocate the experience - providing you don't have somewhere to be at a specific time or a short onward connection time! It truly has been one of the most entertaining & comedic parts of my trip so far - how can a country that is so advanced ...
... 15.04.13: As much as we're both itching to hit the road we're trying not to stray too far as we'll have to come back to Vancouver to pick up our mail when it arrives. So today we've packed up camp & hit the road to Harrison Hot Springs. We basically just picked a place off the map that sounded good and decided to head out there for a few days. Su will be checking the mail at the apartment again on Thursday & I'm hoping our stuff has arrived by then, so we ...
... way below. They were fun to walk through although we should have taken a torch (flash light) as you couldn't see where you were going once you got to the middle of the longest one and we kept tripping over. There were also two bridges connecting the tunnels, these I DID NOT like!!! You could feel them moving as you walked over them and on the way back I happened to notice that the steelwork had buckled under one of them. If I had of seen that first there is no way you would have got ...