Holiday Inn Vancouver Airport
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We woke up early, because my dad was worried about the awful Portland traffic. It isn’t SoCal bad but it can be bad. So we got up and loaded 90 pounds of checked luggage into the car and then the carry on bags. I had already been wildly disappointed to discover that my new spinner set was in fact one spinner and two pull roller bags. I guess …
... highlight of the week happened on Wednesday morning, in the kindergarten class. I have taught something to children for the first time ever. I am so grateful that Lauren allowed me to do this. I only had a story book and a DIY, but it was a start. The little friends enjoyed the story of the green monster so much that they wanted me to read it three times. Then, they went crazy with the DIY, because they had to create their own monster! I ...
The night before I left Yellowknife was New Years Eve. My flight was leaving at 1.30pm the next day and had no intentions of flying tired. So Eugene and I left a little after the countdown and I had a restless sleep. Happens all the time. Didn't matter cos our first leg of this trip was an overnight in Vancouver, so no big deal anyway. Sarah and I both arrived in Vancouver from our respective hometowns and met up with her cousin, Mohammed and his ...
... me for a few days in 2012) it’s a lovely connection & we settle into a smooth relationship. We are comfortable & relaxed & get lovely tour of Vancouver, I get a trip to a Gluten Free bakery (for the best scone of my life) & Ed get’s Sam addicted to Chicken filled Chinese style buns.
Maple Ridge is gorgeous & a fab time to see it as the trees are starting to turn delicious shades of autumn, as Ed & Lyn they ...
... br> But there's a pause on the route home: a little timely reminder of why we came here in the first place. A single Humpback Whale is bubble-net feeding right by the shore. In the calm waters here, it's easy to see the bubbles forming in a perfect ring and then moments later, the whale plunges up. We enjoy a few rounds of the show before heading on for dinner.
Saturday brings another half day opportunity to ...