Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Surrey East - Cloverdale
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... the most scenic and picturesque. I'd really love to do this trip again when I'm much older, and maybe in the winter rather than summer. There's something about train travel that doesn't compare to other means of getting around. But, by the time we pulled into Union Station in Toronto I was so happy to be off the train! So I set off into the humid Toronto summer streets...
... Anna started to moan about forgetting her zoom, because it would have come in quite handy at this point.
Whilst we were at this island, another ship from the same company as ours had caught up, and we followed them back out into the open as they'd heard news of a lone humpback whale. After a few minutes, we reached the scene to witness the whale blowing water out of its hole before diving under again. Apparently, humpbacks can hold their breath for 5 ...
... so yummy, really nice to have home cooked food, it was very similar to Phil's mums too, as the recipes run in the family! We were so full but then we all had the spare room to have some cake. It was a huge chocolate cake, so as you can imagine, it went down well with us both! Christina left around 7pm as Natalea was tired and she was also hoping to have the baby that night! We helped tidy the food and plates away and then sat inside with Soti and Giannis. They ...
... English--from the way that Wei was telling us about the trip I was expecting at least someone to be able to speak some English. The price for things here is very reasonable so far. For instance, my roommate and I bought two jugs of water (a little smaller than a gallon) for 14 yuan or about $3. I'm definitely jet lagged like crazy and just want to sleep. Tomorrow is going to be our first whole day here and I think it's definitely going to tucker us out. ...
... It’s now four-thirty. David and I are on the skytrain heading west. A guy in headphones is playing air guitar and mumbling the words to some song known only to him. A dad in front of us is instructing his son, dressed in full Canucks regalia, in the secret arts of beating the crowds to the food and drink stalls at the game. Outside, the suburbs roll by on another grey afternoon.
We finally pull ...