Days Inn Kamloops
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We didn’t even know you could still get VHS, but it seems in Kamloops you can! However, being tight we didn’t rent any ($2 each) not that we had time when the waterslide was so close to our room!
Sunshine and showers, warm.
Kamloops to Vancouver to Los Angeles (09/08)
Up and out with no time for the waterslide as we had a flight to catch. The drive was a lot less interesting today with only a lunch stop ...
... was Sunday at 1 pm. Ron was aware that there was a malfunction in the public talk schedule, and finding out that I had talk notes (doesnt everyone carry them on holiday?) checked with the CBoE who was happy for me to do it. So that was a nice privilege. By the way I decided that I would do without a translator. I think the brothers enjoyed hearing a "furriner".
Sunday evening Ron and Genevieve ...
... breeding centre where after having a beer with a local we discovered that the elephants were practicing for their annual international elephant polo competition. Sure enough, across the river were elephants and their handlers chasing soccer balls with the elephants giving them a whalloping kick down the field. Once, when a landmine went off, sending the elephant reeling backwards with lots of complaining, we were assured that it was in fact just an elephant ...
... The suspension bridge crosses a quick flowing stream and there are a couple of other attractions at the site that make for an interesting walk. One of the walks is through the treetops, with walkways suspended between trees. Mass brolleys made this and interesting venture, kept having to duck to avoid being poked in the eye... The other walk is a cliff walk with a difference. The walk is about 2 metres off ...
... is steep banks and drops off of up to 60m above the swift flowing river. The 1.5km walk to Nairn Falls was worth it the force of the water over the rocks causing the whirlpool of water was magnificent to watch. It was very cold near the water and it starting to drizzle. The story of the falls is interesting built up from volcanoes thousands of years ago. Terry and Diana would love this area around Whistler for hiking ...