Hotel De Oro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... were still running so that was pretty kewl. We saw a big black bear fishing along the other side of the river which was neat. He didn't stay long though, but came back along the other way after we had dinner and were packed up. We slept here in the Carpark for the night as it was too dark to drive after 8pm. At 10pm we were rudely awoken by this twit that worked for the council telling us to wake up and move because we cannot sleep there because he locks the ...
... wicked scars today. Not sure what kind of activities are going on that cause those things. There weren't the amputations like you see among densely agricultural areas, but just some crazy crush injuries, including those to the head.
During the awesome lunch that the center provided for us (which was so good since we'd been eating camping food for days), we had a chance to chat with the addiction counselor there at the center. Barb was her name ...
... siblings. She said this consisted of scraping the peanut butter and jam off the moldy bread for her siblings while she would eat the moldy bread. Sandwiches for lunch were prepared the day before and left on the counter all night and morning until they were handed out to the kids at lunch. She said this was especially bad when it was a meat sandwich. She said they were all severely deprived of food in general, let alone healthy nutritious food. I had ...
... the glasses order tab....all of which had to match each other and stay together. I don't want to dwell on the particulars too much. Suffice it to say that I got to live out my childhood dream of being a receptionist. I had a blast stapling and copying and organizing...
What I want to visit are the people. I have never been in a Native American community. I am aware of the statistics indicating that Natives ...
... course. Never the straight line, always the curvey route!
Once on track we were on some beautiful roads and the further we got from Vancouver the less traffic we encountered.
We stopped in Whistler, site of the 2010 Olympic skiing events, and bought some groceries and necessary supplies. Whistler is very yuppie and not for the feint of wallet.
We continued on until we came top Destination Highway 3. Now this ...