Destiny Beach Resort
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After 4 flights that were fairly uneventful ( the way we like them) we arrived at YVR. That evening we stayed with Melissa who had all the 'gang'. Was a fun evening and nice dinner ( butter chicken)...I had a meeting next am and then we were on our last leg of this year's Adventure...
We had the opportunity and good fortune to see many new sights and be exposed to new and ...
... we have roads like that in BC. It twists and turns and winds back and forth until it kinks around a rock where you literally can’t go more than 20 kph. My uncle told me later he drove that road when it was one lane around that corner and there were no barriers. I can’t imagine it!
Needless to say, I didn’t get many photos throughout the day, but I must say, even in the rain, BC has some very spectacular fall foliage along this route. ...
We are constantly being surprised at the variety of landscapes in BC. Osoyoos is near the U.S. border and it's a dry desert, perfect for growing grapes for wine apparently. Canadian wine wasn't something I was familiar with before, but having sampled MULTIPLE wines, wineries, reds, whites, roses, ports, and everything in between, I now believe it!
So we had a couple of nights in a gorgeous resort, starting our days with ...
... Best Western, we only travel in style) and settled in for the night. The only comparison that could be made with the breakfast we received the next morning, and what we had been receiving at Casa del Soul was that they were served at the same time. So after feasting on stale toast, cold coffee and some sugary concoction that they choose to call cereal we checked out and headed for some wine farms. Again these would turn out to ...
... the earth. The area had the feel of the Greek Isles...hot, dry but fertile and scenic with the sun's rays glistening off of the pearly blue lake water. Boaters and swimmers peppered the water and sunned themselves on the few sandy beaches I saw. Signs advertising wineries were on every block. And there were several luxury golf courses with beautiful entrances.
Next was Penticton, still ...