Holiday Inn Suites Kamloops
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With the thought, "How could today be any better than yesterday?," we re-boarded the Rocky Mountaineer. Once again, the weather is gray, but the grayness of the day pales in comparison to the sun shining on the mountains at a distance. Regrettably, we did not see much of Kamloops, as we arrived so late yesterday. This said, our expectation that it was just a rural stop along the way was not the case. In fact, we passed a very large Italian Center this morning on our ...
... tables from 7.30 am to prepare for the thousands of Chinese tourists visiting Hong Kong.Each witnessing day we average 600 books and bibles and hundreds of brochures and magazines." So its happening all over!
Wednesday: Met two couples from Holland downstairs this am. They are going to the Seattle convention which is on this weekeend. Leave here at 11.15 am for the airport, fly out to LA this ...
... during our time in Sauraha we implemented a food hygiene type of religion, with rituals including only eating at two restaurants, cutting fresh foods from our diet the last two days and an obsessive amount of hand-washing, in order to prevent a repeat of the notorious Old Bazaar Gut Destroyer.
And with Murphy's law, at 0200 on our last night in Sauraha, my guts exploded. And they did not stop until 0900, when Kevan arrived with some antibiotics. Saving ...
... and lakes to draw water. Another pit stop for Richard to have a break from driving (he doesn't trust me to drive I have to wait till the Prairies) in a small one horse town. Had a coke for the caffeine rush. Across the road you can get a king size bed at the motel for $40 a night what a blast.
The Canadians drive like maniacs we had two big pickup utes constantly following us and every time they overtook us ...
... yard in all of Canada.
We arrive in Vancouver at about 5pm. There are sad farewells said to all the staff including the culinary team who come and personally meet all the guests. We then also farewell Libby and James who have of course shared contact details with Ya and Pu. We leave the train via red carpet. Just superb.
We then enter the Rocky Mountaineer train station where all of our luggage is promptly waiting for us. We all comment ...