Country View Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Kamloops
... food and more food with drinks, drinks and more drinks interspersed with animal spotting. Mac and I are still laughing because we were calling out with "glee and awe" when we spotted a sheep! In completing the 460 kilometre journey in 8 hours we learnt a little about: New Westminster: First Nations meeting place for the annual salmon run The Fraser River: we followed this raging river for half a day - it was the site of the Canadian Gold Rush Yale, Mission and ...
We have settled back in Kamloops and are enjoying the comforts of home. We arrived here a few days ago and are finding to it hard to get motivated to move on. Lynne has been extremely busy looking after her parents and getting ready to go back to school. Mike has just come back from Castlegar, where he works, for his four days off. It is all go in this family.
We have been to the shops and I have had my hiar cut and dyed, as it was looking ...
... I had totally forgotten was just how steep the Pacific Way road was. It nearly killed me. I kicked myself a thousand times over for buying too much... I was even thinking I would catch the bus back up but alas no buses !! Anyway I earned my can of cider tonight.
Lynne & Kaff have gone out so I am sitting watching TV Yay!! OMG how I have missed it.
No photos today as it was ground we had already covered so have pictures by the ...
... here which threw me). Managed to get it cancelled but there offer of an emergency replacement card left me quite angry (21 days and will not post overseas!). No great loss other than convenience ... Late arrival with (OK) dinner downstairs
Day 22 (Sunday): Struggled to find something interesting to do around town - more of a workers town with a lot closed on Sunday. Ventured out to the Wildlife Park ...
... Bighorned sheep. These are a bit like stag, with big horns used to fight over women! We'd also seen a lots of Osprey and Bald Eagle nests, and a few of the birds themselves.
We arrived in Kamloops at around 5pm, headed to our hotel for a rest, then back into town. After a quick dinner at a local bar, we headed to bed - the start time on Saturday was a savage 6.10am on the bus to the station, meaning getting up at ...