Sandman Suites Surrey-Guildford
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... allegiance to the Queen would be really challenging. And there must be heaps of other hurdles too. Well, granted the Canadians already drive on the wrong side of the road, and their dosh is made up of nickels, dimes and quarters, but there’s, there’s – the language! Yes, the language! Canadians end most sentences with "eh?" as in “it’s cold eh?” or my favourite, ...
... salmon for dinner. Quite delicious!
Sunday I was able to meet up with Pete and his lovely bride to be Beth. I first saw Pete the day he was born just a day before we left Malaysia when I was ten years old! We've worn well! Sandra did her amazing act in the kitchen and we dined royally on curry and some amazingly calorific pudding. Thankfully the scales were beyond my technicological competence so ...
... of the tracks when visiting a new city. I can smell urine and see some people who look a little rough around the edges. I even passed a grassy area with tents known as "Tent City." But I didn't feel unsafe. I finally found the Vancouver Urban Winery and tried a flight of reds. My server did confirm we were in "East Hastings," which indeed, is a "bad" area. But I ended up talking to these two guys from the area who told me even Vancouver's worst area is ...
... I had survived the night, but the unconquered mountain seemed too much for my feeble body, racked with sickness. I dragged myself to the shower and stood under boiling hot water – hoping the heat would revive my aching body and boil away the brain eating amoeba. I slowly got ready and packed a bag. I was going to do this. I was going to attempt the Grouse Grind if I died in the process. I stuffed my face with an AW breakfast burger for energy, followed ...
... the World Cup instead.
On leaving the hotel we set off in search of a data sim card for our portable wi-fi. If you believe that in this modern, hi-tech world, in a big city like Vancouver, such a simple quest would be easy to achieve then you are sadly mistaken. After queuing for hours in various phone providers who all looked at us as if we were quite mad, we had almost lost the will to live. However, persistence was rewarded and we eventually ...