Green Gables Beach Resort
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... like Dunkin Donuts). They are conveniently located on every street corner and Canadians LOVE it.
7. Friendly Canadians – yes they are annoyingly nice (except for the people working at the UPS store in Penticton, and migration officers).
For the next few days we’ll continue to try and catch nighthawks. We are also slowly starting to gear up for the long drive to Alaska towards the end of this ...
It's been an insane amount of driving, but finally after nine days on the road, we have made it into Canada. Despite Canada's reputation for being super nice and friendly, our first impressions were awful! I have never been so nervous about crossing a border, and I have never been so close to being denied either - I guess my white African face cannot be trusted. After about an hour of awkward and difficult questions, we were finally informed ...
... is it slow!
We did do a bike ride during the morning and made it into town and up the hill to Tim Hortons and had a bagel and coffee for lunch. Our Costco bikes have passed their first test! Our original bikes were stolen in San Diego in 2012 and we hadn’t replaced them. This time we are traveling without a car in tow and felt we should have bikes for local travel along the way. We ...
... the park. Thanks Eddie! It amused us to learn that our intro included the words – You know, the artist who painted the oxen that we use on the Christmas float. Don grumbled "… and I'm just the husband of the artist…! LOL
Saturday morning was booked for visits with another two fibre artists, FAN members, located in Oliver. We had a great gab session at Janet’s house. A blog post on diane-duncan.com will be coming soon. I need ...
... none on the road, thankfully..,but wow - sure a heck lot more snow than we see on our highways on the island even in the thick of winter. We stopped in Peachland for a delicious lunch, in addition to some much needed fresh air and exercise. Molina and I wanted to check out the museum, but sadly it wasn't open. Over lunch discussions, we learned (thanks to Google) a bit about the local area. I.e. population, area, and tourist attractions - Ogopogo?! Finally, our ...