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... While their tastings were mostly whites, they did offer a couple of good reds.
From there, we drove a couple of more miles to the Spierhead Winery, which offered several whites and a couple of reds. Their best-selling wine is their pinot noir, but unfortunately is also the first to sell out, so we could not taste it.
Wednesday, we got into the Lynches' Jeep and drove to the weekly local farmers' market. We bought some fruit and ...
... Very strange, pulled into Yarrow which is near Chilawak (I don't know how you spell that) and all the snow had gone, green grass and blue skies. A complete contrast! Finally arrived in Vancouver around 1.15pm got onto the Skytrain towards Waterfront got our off Granville Street and walked down to our hostel, Samesun. First impressions were far better than Kelowna where we had just come from, there was a giant moose in ...
... I can’t wait to have the comforts of home, the lure of travel will always have a hold on me, I already have ideas forming of a much bigger and better expedition. I know the time will come when I get on another plane, get another stamp in my passport and set foot into another foreign land, so I’m not worried about missing out… I’m just a little impatient.
Until then, I have a few more days to enjoy everything that is Canadian and ...
... a LONG walk from the tarmac to the departure terminal for the Frankfurt flight. The first part was through a long tunnel with ********crete floors that seemed to go forever. I was annoyed by the thunderous cacophony of a number of those goofy wheelie bags.
Although there was a wait of over an hour, it didn’t seem long until it was time to board the flight to Frankfurt, an Airbus 330-300. I noticed something unusual just after I entered the air ...
... to the mountains, which was amazing. The time passed really slowly, too.
Included in our tour was a gondola ride to get views of Banff, which was nice. After the horse ride we went to the hot springs in Banff, which was more like a swimming pool, though the heat was natural. They were sulphur springs, so they smelt a bit eggy! It was nice, but it got hot after a while, and there were a lot of people there. There was the option of hiring 1920s bathing suits - we did cos we thought ...