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... were heaps of riders heading down the mountains on the many bike trails. After a look around Whistler Village it was time to be picked up for our journey back to Vancouver. On the way back we went via Alexandra Falls. On the trip in and out from the falls we were thrilled again to see a number of black bears feeding on the side of the road. Our last stop was at Porteau Cove, a beautiful camping spot and area used by divers in training due to the clearness of the ...
We said goodbye today to Victoria and arrived in Whistler. The journey to Whistler was amazing, we took a seaplane from the Victoria harbour to Green Lake in Whistler. The Rocky Mountains were we're just beautiful, still with some snow covered peaks. The lakes were just the most fantastic colours of green and aqua blue. We were flying so close to the mountain peaks it was surreal! After an Irish pub lunch of fish and chips we headed up the mountain to ...
... me at my sisters house. I knocked on the door, it was about 11.30pm by this time so the girls were just about asleep. Shanae answered the door. Blank stares for a while then I get "oh what the hell?". So after she realised it was me, I was let in the house greeted with Franny running down the hallways yelling "ITS STEPH!!". 2 down 1 to go. Where was my sister? Turns out she was out with my brother and cousins and wasn't going to be home until later. We managed to convince her to come ...
... so we got that and we were glad we did. We got six of us in there with all our luggage and Bob's wheelchair and set off for Whistler. We had Bob and Sue, Stuart, Luke and Andrew and myself and the girls went with Carrie. We were planning to drive up in convoy, but that lasted less than 5 minutes as I was sat in the back using Waze for directions and saw that I5 was at a standstill, so we carried on with an alternative route ...
... bus back. On the way to Calgary the bus was pretty emptied so we curled up and slept majority of the way. On the night bus back, there was little to no spare seats so Timmsy and I were squished together majority of the way back. Needless to say we didn't sleep a lot until the seats started to free up... At 7am.. After we left at 11pm. Then slept all the way to Vancouver. Got into Van and got to the hostel. Put our bags down and wandered downtown. I wanted to get my tattoo and ...