Inn at the Quay
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meeting with a dynamic group of individuals who trained to spot lost or missing
persons and accident sites from aircraft. I had gotten to know a very gentle
man and faithful volunteer named Herluf,
who flew his own plane as a CASARA pilot for many years. He was always
patient, wisely answering my endless questions, teaching me how to be a good
spotter. What was to turn out to be the last flight I had with him was flying a
mountain contour around Mount Baldy ...
Final day in Vancouver and we have been blessed with sunshine which is a novelty as it's normally always raining, plus it's winter! So we were making the most of it! Started the day running around trying to sort out posting our winter gear home, finding a box to fit it all was one challenge, then a vacuum to seal the bags! After check out, of which we're pretty sure the hotel staff are the nicest we've ever met; we went for a 'walk' in ...
... to old folks day?'
Stumbling into Chinatown (literally) was a disappointment, not only was it dirty, smelly and run down, but the only things they seemed to sell were food and trinkets.The following day saw us heading for the Vancouver Aquarium, our hotel happily ferried us there at no charge and all I could think was, the driver got in the wrong side! The aquarium is situated in Stanley park which is a large forest/playground with 8km's of ...
... wait for it - high school.
So, for now, we are sourcing free entertainment, maps of local destinations we are going to frequent and previewing a bit of history of the areas - a favourite past-time of mine.
Thus far, LA will consist of visits with Tracy and Brian and Bill and Clemente the wonderful folks we met on our cruise in 2013. We are so excited to see them. We ...
After the damp fog of Southern Alaska, Vancouver seems blazingly hot and sunny. 17 years since I was last here, and I recognise little except the main sights, but with sunshine reflecting off skyscrapers and the Fraser River, it seems all very bright. And expensive, as the locals admit. But the floatplanes do still take off from the river, and the cruise shops still dock against the sail roofs of Canada Place. We spend the next few days ...