Hilton Vancouver Airport
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... br> The next thing that surprised me was the biased crowd. Today, the match would be the Vancouver Canucks against the LA Kings, meaning a home ground advantage for the Canucks. I would estimate about 98% of the supporters there were Vancouver supporters, and the organisers really catered for this. Videos of the players played as we waited, and such a big deal was made when the Canucks entered that I didn't even realise the other team had also come out. ...
... French and Chinese, and I heard more mandarin and Cantonese than English in the shops. I hadn't really realized the extent of Chinese influence in Vancouver before, but it was really hitting me here today!
I am a little concerned about the current situation in Hong Kong. In case you were living under a rock, there are a bunch of protests going on and some police clashes with protesters. Most news sources have a fairly decent description ...
... came over the speaker that our Aircraft had a Bird Strike and the engineers were examining it. The girl sitting next to me looked it up on the computer and it said flight delayed, now E.T.D. was 1000 Friday morning, then 10 mins later the message came over the speaker, 1000 Friday departure. This is the first time in all our overseas travels that we have ever had a flight delayed and been put I ...
... with PTSD though. He walked down to the party with us. I think it was as unusual for him as it was me. Sure was decorated great though. Lots of great lights inside of cloth made to look like blinking sea urchins. Must go to sleep.... Joanna flies out tomorrow. I'll miss her but, I think she is doing the right thing. She needs her kids and they need her. I'll stay here an extra day before heading to ...
... to have plenty of time to get through security, get something to eat, and buy some water and tic tac for the flight.
We used Scott's sky miles for the direct flight from Salt Lake City to Vancouver and we talked about getting first class seats, but since it is only a two-hour flight on a CRJ 900, I felt it wasn't worth it because I'd rather save the miles for business class seats to Tahiti ...