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... me and Calum started planning a little trip up there. We were planning on going up sat and back sunday but the buses dont run on a sunday so it would have to be the friday night and back the saturday depending on if calum could get the day off. Last task of the day was to book flights to Peoria on monday so i can meet Kaleb and go on a small road trip down to the Smoky mountains. Hopefully get another couple of states ticked off my list on the ...
... an extra day of parking). Tanya and Anne Van set out on foot while the ladies and I drove to the museum.
The UBC campus rests at the top of a large hill overlooking the ocean and had me wishing that I had attended the school. We paid to park in a garage across the street, but there is some parking outside just in front of the building. Inside we paid $17.75 for our tickets and began to wander around. Luckily, ...
... hills was improving.
We rode into Lynn Canyon whereby the landscaped consistent of huge rainforest pines on steep slopes made for good trail riding. Our first stage will come on the some of the trails we rode today and we practiced riding down some pretty steep slopes and even though I baulked twice I was able to go back up and come down the correct line. We got more confident as we went along and good line choice is ...
... ship leaves port. Volendam is a very slick operation indeed, we had to sign something to say that we weren't sick or carrying any flu bug or the like, and constantly encouraged to wash hands frequently on board especially the first few days. There were 1400 passengers and 600 workers on this cruise and for the first few days hot drinks and food are served to you for hygiene reasons. The food on board is spectacular, everything you could wish for and I liked that there were ...
... glances, and she was forced to look away to avoid a fit of the giggles.
When the bus stopped at Walmart, a girl who was a stranger to the area got on, and was asking if anyone knew the place she was supposed to get off at. A lot of people offered opinions, and a general consensus, including a girl who was a bus driver, and our bus driver, concluded that she wanted the Airport Ferry stop, which was on a short detour. Another young bloke asked if the driver knew ...
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