Hotel De Oro

Address: 639 Main Street, Lillooet, British Columbia, V0K1V0, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 639 Main Street, Lillooet.
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    A travel blog entry by robin.carr on Apr 25, 2015

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    ... water for the shower and a plastic sheeting for a screen. Being an experienced woods man armed with a chainsaw he had sawn up a dead tree to make a platform to stand on and multiple thin slices of tree trunk to act as stepping stones and a bath mat. Trouble was I am too tall so you end up with the shower at waistline and lifting it to head high stops the water. Despite this a shower was had so I felt the driver would be safe that was until I saw what we were having for our " last ...

    Day 5 better to have hooked and lost rather than n

    A travel blog entry by robin.carr on Apr 24, 2015

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    ... fishing for about an hour when I got the tug. The tug is the drug, they say. I struck and the fish was on, and not pleased. It roared off downstream taking most of the 750 yards of line. Then he stopped. This was my chance to winch him back a bit, before the fish decided to go round the corner. We we now above it by 200 yards and round a bend with fallen trees. Curt was issuing gentle encouragement, now said we have to follow him down stream. So ...

    Day 4

    A travel blog entry by robin.carr on Apr 23, 2015

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    ... about an hour the big green/ yellow fly with legs and eye balls had a massive tug. Just a pull, I virtually jumped out of my skin, I struck but almost fell over with no resistance on the other end. This gave me confidence that maybe I was doing something right. So in another hour I was like a coiled spring when it happened again. Chad and Curt say they were watching and I was actually still half asleep, ...

    Day two

    A travel blog entry by robin.carr on Apr 21, 2015

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    ... hoped this would help. It did enough to let him get back to sleep, but I couldn't so I got up and sat by the river in my pyjamas watching the sunrise. Some time later he appeared clearly in pain once again so more pain killers and a difficult decision. He was going home. Chad was lemoned to take home back to chillawack no small adventure now that the wind had got up and unlike yesterday it was cold. Once they had left Curt and I set off up stream to a place where the river divided ...

    Day one chillawack to wilderness camp

    A travel blog entry by robin.carr on Apr 20, 2015

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    ... put it back in the water and it swam off! " that's nothing" I hear you cry. Chad told a story about when the Frazer river itself burst its banks when there was a massive amount of extra water coming through and many fish were washed up onto the banks and into fields in the more arable and farming area down stream. Many months later they were finding living sturgeon under the mud which had also been thrown on the banks, staying alive on the the tiny amounts of oxygen dissolved ...