Comfort Inn & Suites
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... about. We had such a nice time swimming and having a picnic. This is just how I have imagined out holiday to be. We carried on to kamloops. The mountains becoming less rugged as we got closer, but still just as spectacular. Kamloops is a nice small town. The Main Street was closed off for a few bands playing live. We had a delicious dinner in the steak house, sat outside on the street listening to the bands. The sunshine is out again after it being a bit rainy while in ...
... Cisco Crossing - very high over Fast-flowing swirling water. It is now 4 pm, we are sitting.....waiting for everything to be in place before we go over the 'SWING BRIDGE" will try and get in place for a photo. Just before we cross over the River into Vancouver. Frazer river Swing Bridge. Crops being cut, waiting to be baled. Blackberries growing wild and making a hedgerow. Planted Berry bushes in rows. Huge bans for sheltering the animals in ...
... at us and our luggage recommenced and the friendly faces, conversations and safety of Nepal disappeared. Our overnight in Kunming was significantly improved from our our first visit there as we discovered a lounge with hotel-like rooms for sleeping, leaving us feeling rested for the remainder of our journey back to Canada!
Arriving back in one's own country always provides for contrasts and comparisons of the destination just traveled too. Nepal has by ...
As I opened the blind this morning, I realise we are at the tail end of the Rockies. Being twelve hours late, we passed through the famous mountain range while we where sound asleep. The night was again filled with dreams, like hearing strange, slow percussion and chanting, in that inbetween phase of sleep and lucidity. The spookyness of the sounds made me try and escape it by flying upwards into ...
... This was good advice, as this less commercialised walk with its own 50mtr high suspension bridge, waterfalls and fast flowing water was well worth visiting.
We spent most of the next day with Judy's nephew Darren and his partner Jen. Darren runs a salmon hatchery in Kanaka Creek (south of Vancouver). This hatchery exists to keep up the wild salmon stocks for the future. He is clearly passionate about his endeavours ...