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... was next on the agenda. It was a three hour boat ride out to where the Orca (technically not whales apparently) were. We spent about an hour watching them. There were two separate pods having a party together. They were having such a good time. We had a great time watching them. After the three hour trip back, during which we saw some seals and bald eagles in a tree, we got some fixings from Granville Markets for ...
... were both the BCMC trail. Luckily, a lady came up behind us, and, like all the Canadians we have seen when we look confused, asked us if we needed any help. She said we needed to follow the 'Pipe Line' and that would get us straight to the main bit at the top. It only took another 15min or so of hard uphill walking and we arrived at the top! It was very foggy and much cooler now we had stopped. We went inside, it was lovely and warm so we sat and ate our picnic and relaxed for ...
... 2 x 10 kgs in the day packs and computer (hand) bags, and eventually manage to get everything right, though it does involve us wearing our heavy walking boots and our thick winter coats, though this doesn’t worry us, as the planes are always too cold.
Murray drives Dianne and the luggage to the ferry wharf, then returns the car to our place, then walks back, and we get the ferry to Circular Quay, then the train from Circular Quay to the ...
... to update friends and family and to keep my own personal journal of this trip. If it helps you on your trip, is amusing or informative, that is just a bonus.
Briefly what happened after the last Beans not Fries blog post. After the north of Guatemala, I went back into Mexico to renew my visa and drink tequila, then back into Guatemala to go back to Lago Atitlan, next I went to El Salvador for some Pupusas, Honduras for the ruins Copan and to learn to Free ...
... of the year! Not only for this has been Vancouver rated as the best place to live for many times.
The first settlers and later developers of Vancouver City were thankfully wise enough to leave the entire tip of the peninsula almost untached and therefore there is to this day remained beautiful park with a piece of Canadian wilderness practically in the center of the city of two million.
I spent whole Friday wandering downtown and nearby Stanley ...
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