Westmark Whitehorse Hotel and Conference Center
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... are starting to be a little more bearable as we head further north. 26 - 28 degrees.....perfect weather for riding. Gorgeous blue skies lovely forest all around and straight, straight roads! At our fuel/coffee stop we meet an Italian rider who's been up north traveling on his own through to Vancouver where he'll be meeting his wife and together they'll be doing a bit of America. It's nice to be able to chat with someone in ...
... this wonderful place for tonight. We also stopped to hike to the Rancheria Falls, although they were a bit of a disappointment after some of the fabulous falls that we've seen elsewhere. There was still some snow on the hike to get there, but no big deal. The mosquitos are getting larger and larger as we approach Alaska. For those of you who don't know it, the mosquito is Alaksa's
state bird". I killed one today and made ...
... us up at 3.30pm for our 30 minute drive south to the Resort. Resort is a bit of an overstatement; it only has three cabins and one room in the main building. However, it is a very impressive place with the timber log construction and the cleared land for Northern Lights viewing. We were sharing the place with an Aussie Mum and her daughter, a Canadian couple and two women; Canadian and Aussie.
The resort is run by Wolfgang and Renata; who do it very ...
... Cuzco to Lima to Quito
Morning transfer to the airport for the return flight to Lima and your connecting international flight to Quito. Arrive Quito. Overnight Quito hotel.
Wednesday, October 30: Quito City Tour
Today we have a private city tour of Quito's "Old Town" followed by a visit to Quito¹s most impressive view. We depart in the morning to Quito¹s colonial quarter, the largest and best preserved of South America, this is a UNESCO ...
... much delicious food. Just when I thought I was stuffed I convinced myself that I could probably eat a cob of corn dipped in a big ol’ vat of melted butter!!
It was a stormy day but it hardly discouraged people. Everyone got under the few tents or into the beer gardens and had a great time!! I really wanted to get my face ...