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... it was so foggy. The chair lift was moving with nobody on, a bit like something out of a movie. First we headed to see the bears, but the enclosure was quiet and we couldn't see any sign of them. The birds in motion was about to start, so we headed over there and got a seat. It was chilly though, I put my buff on and my hood up. It was too foggy for them to fly the birds, but they walked them to us so we could take photos. There was a bald eagle, baby barn owl, turkey vulture and ...
... riding around the carousel; so the moral of the story is not to take much notice of airline staff or perhaps just not to worry about things that may never happen. New thought for the trip...."Today is the tomorrow we worried about yesterday".
With all this hassle we were already missing the laid-back, tropical life we had been living for the last month in Key Largo but were pleasantly surprised at the warm ...
... pleased to see it is an A330, with 2-4-2 seating, so we have a window AND an aisle seat. It looks like we have a row of spare seats near us in the middle section, so Dianne gets into one early, and manages to hang onto it even though the staff have pinged that she is in the wrong seat. Others do the same, so we only end up taking one seat.
We swap travel stories with a couple behind us, try the Jetstar chicken wrap and white wine, swap seats so Dianne can ...
Greetings from Raincouver!
Not much to say other than I made it home and due to impending school. I will be grounded for some time.
Just to wrap things up, here are the stats: Kilometers travelled: 33,185 , plane trips: 7, long train trips: 3, ferries: 2, books read: 4, bouts of gastrointestinal illness: 1, weird things viewed: approx. 44,000.
Peace out folks!
... up the road is where they catski. Breakfast was set up in the restaurant and was a very classy affair right down to the linen napkins. Yum. Then we set off to have a look at the 2010 Olympic Winter Village. We were doing a bit of a tour around a couple of streets looking at the huge, lovely and extremely expensive houses when one of the residents asked if he could help us. He gave us directions to the Olympic Village and added out of the blue ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGage Towers at UBC Vancouver
Stayed at the UBC residence available to tourists during summer months. Lovely views from all the 6 rooms in our suite! Good service. Absolutely recommend to others.
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