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... 4 times. We started in the eucalyptus stream room, then a cold dip and relaxation. By the first round I was so relaxed. I did the same rotation as the girls closed their eyes for a quick kip. After round 3 in another sauna, we went up to Hammock Heaven for relaxation. This is where I passed out for a nap. So nice up there with the view of the mountains. Then a few more rotations then we were completely relaxed and ready for some nice food and bed. The next day we went up to ...
... the higher elevations closer to where the winter olympics was held in 2010. On the way up we saw a small brown bear on the side of the road who just kept on eating despite the fact that we were parked only a couple of metres from him/her. On the way back down the mountain we noticed that another black bear was located close to the brown bear, they both looked about the same size. As we drove back toward Vancouver to catch the ferry it quickly became apparent ...
... humanly possible in the morning, including a sweet GS race track, some steep mogul fields and for Matt and I, a fated double black chute named Pokololo. It should really have been named Rock-alolo though, as the entrance was more rock climbing than skiing and my skis suffered a few too many gouges! Nonetheless, the bowl we dropped into was awesome: all the more so for the hard work we had put in to get there! In the afternoon, we met up with Troy and Jonny for ...
... been working that day (Thursday 21st November) at the Whistler Convention Centre (WCC), which had become almost a second home to us both. The WCC is where Jenny and I spent a lot of time volunteering for Cornucopia.
We were all kept in the lobby until they were ready for the masses to descend for dinner! We expected a couple of hundred people, maybe a few more. We were shocked to enter and find the whole ballroom in use with tables filling ...
... or triple shot.
We only had three hours before we had to be back at the bus
and we used up all but about 15 minutes which we used to have a very quick look
around the village of Whistler.
We returned to Vancouver along the same route, with
afternoon tea along the way. I bought
my first souvenirs on board and by the end of the day had made a bit of a dent
in my Cash passport.
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