Travel Blogs from Kamloops
... Indian (from India) students.
Genny met us, and then it was off to a superduper food market for some supplies as we were leaving for Banff on Thursday morning. Blueberries cheap as chips, many varieties of vegetables and other items. Saw some NZ product, but no Aussie stuff. How does peanut butter and chocolate (together in the same container) sound? Lots of different sorts of breakfast cereals, snacks. I suppose there ...
... of our trip. Animal encounters aren't ruled out though since we're headed into the jungle at the end of the trip, and may be stalking tigers on foot....
While we might be heading to Nepal with a tour company, this backpacking trip is unique since for the first time we will also be travelling with several hand splints (the arm theme is common for a certain rider), some extra pills and an altitude of 4100 metres to ascend on bikes. That ...
... 12 of these trains just today.I loved the colours of the containers, the coal cars ,the oil tankers against the green fur trees running on the rail line above the green river below such a wonderful contrast of colour, beauty everywhere. Around 5pm saw us into Vancouver,after the 2 days on the train many farewells from a very friendly train staff we were once again ushered to an awaiting bus which took us to the Fairmont ...
... 2:00. Spent some time outside on the viewing area. The temperature really started getting up! Back inside, more drinks, and before we pulled into Kamloops fresh cookies from the kitchen. Given our key cards for the hotels and loaded on coaches to our hotels. Luggage had been driven up in a truck - and would be waiting in our room.......only three pieces........where is the rest. Down to reception and luggage was mislabelled but in their back room. Told them that we were trying ...
... in Australia. Wednesday afternoon we caught the iconic North American bus in to Kamloops for a look around. Great news on arriving home that afternoon -Front row seats for Kamloops Blazers ice hockey game on Friday night. Thursday we have spent at British Columbia wildlife park. We plan to Ski again at Sun Peaks Fri,Sat and Sun - great weather and snow ...
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- Free parking
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