Econo Lodge Osoyoos
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... from the plants. The plums are delicious - full of flavour. The rest to be sampled tomorrow. Amusing to find 'n hundred' further 'roadside outlets' before we reached Oliver. How do they all make a living? Staying on a working farm tonight that specialises in fruit - promised breakfast with the hummingbirds on the patio tomorrow if not raining... Our host, Gudrun Moore has recently written a ...
... felt more local. They had great ice wines. At the end of the day we arrived to Merrit, a former golden-rush town with old "wild west" buildings, currently it is a capital city of country in Canada, so you can find stars of fame and paintings of the artists everywhere in the city. There was no one around in this city on a Friday night except for bunch of looney local drunks. Walking around it felt like a beginning of a zombie movie before ...
A day spent chilling in the gorgeous Wineries of the Similkameen Valley. I had done some research before leaving on the New World Wines of Canada and the Okanagan Wines were rated very highly. Lesser known, as they operate as a community of growers, are the Similkameen valley wineries.
We started the morning with a gorgeous walk around the lakeside, followed with a ...
... looked directly over Osoyoos lake, so it was on with a pot of coffee and I took my book out onto the terrace and just sat soaking up the morning sun.
This was going to be a chillax day for us so I popped up to the grocery store to get some breakfast bits so that I could tempt Sel to get up by cooking up some proper maple syrup cured bacon. The aroma did indeed awaken ...
... transmitters, but this is nevertheless a good start. Holding thumbs for success in the next few days!
In the mean time I have had the opportunity to identify some of the things I like about Canada.
1. The metric system – it just makes more sense
2. Availability of South African goods: e.g. Amarula, Smarties, Marmite, Aromat
3. Wineries – who wouldn’t