Four Points by Sheraton Kamloops
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... so dry. The trees are very sparse, and the ground bare apart from sage brush. If you put red gums on the rivers edge and changed the colour of the hills, it could easily be the northern Flinders Ranges.
The town we stayed in was Kamloops - an oasis with 65 thousand people. Our motel had a mini-gym and pool, so Jonathan made Robyn do 20 minutes of aerobic exercise and have a swim and spa before changing, and heading down to the river ...
... when, in fact, it is a very short way indeed. We have to explore this!
As we walk past a stage coach and on into the Rattlesnake Saloon where we are greeted by a enthusiastic and charming saleswoman. She explains every aspect of this amazing place to us. Constructed by a old west enthusiast, it features many aspects of that life style, an old cookhouse, the crumbling wooden water tower, the general store and so on. This man has a very ...
... hill as they are all waiting for the snow now. I was looking for beaver but didn't find anything but did get the Dall sheep on Mt Paul on the way, a bear and two cubs on the ski slopes,a fox in a paddock eyeing off some deer and then a fawn and it's mother. Not bad for one day.
I stopped at Heffley Lake and the reflections in the water were pretty cool. I had always driven past it and never bothered to look.
Kamloops Tuesday: We have had a busy few days with the kids, after Vancouver we caught the Greyhound Bus up to Whistler. The weather was a bit miserable just drizzly rain. We checked into the Holiday Inn and the girl working there was from Nudgee in Brisbane not to far from where we live. She ended up giving us an extra room for a very good rate so I got a room to myself which was great. The rooms are well fitted out with kitchenettes and all are ...
... airplane and airport windows was a brown mist. No buildings or city skyline could be made out. However, we were fortunate we hadn't booked a flight for the previous day as the pollution was so severe, it delayed hundreds of flights and cancelled several dozen.
Arriving in China was an assault to our sense. The floors, walls and buildings were sparkling clean, and there was a peculiarly absent sewer smell. Our personal space bubbles were invaded with each ...