Vancouver Airport Marriott
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... to whale sightings and loads of Dolphins having fun swimming in the bow waves of the ship! The group leader for this leg set a small scavenger hunt challenge for any interested. The idea was to decipher the clues and take a photo of the answer to gain a ticket for each right answer which would go into a draw for a prize. Not many bothered but we had lots of fun following this hunt, chatting to locals who often didn't know the answer either! Mostly ...
... natives: sea otters, porpoises (rescued), white sided dolphins (rescued) and beluga (captive bred). There was no funny business going on with the sea otters here but one of them to a bit of a dislike to Jan. He was making a noise that was clearly irritating the otter - there were a number of death stares, Hissing and gnashing of teeth in Jan's general direction.
They also have a 4D theatre where we saw a short film of sea dinosaurs in 3D ...
... We are in Vancouver right now. We have a six hour layover and will probably meet Kandis for breakfast in a bit. We avoided a huge potential issue already. Jason left his wallet on the plane that flew in from Edmonton!!! We nearly **** our pants but luckily when we asked a lady sitting by the gate they said they had found one! Thank god! Our trip would've been over before it ...
... Station which is the historic Canadian Pacific Railway Station development in downtown built around 1910. This building also houses the first Starbucks to open outside the USA - not sure if this is a good or bad thing. In our tour group were also 2 Aussies from Jindabyne (it is a small world) and 6 locals from Greater Vancouver.
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A tasting size of Lobster Mac'n'Cheese to begin our tour was an excellent start. It had ...
... to wear back to Seattle when it's freezing cold and snowing in the middle of December (because we all know it always snows right before Christmas, making it as inconvenient as possible to travel). I think all this means is that I am definitely going to be finding someone to give me a ride home from the airport when I get back instead of taking public transit like I've been doing.
At SeaTac, I was randomly selected to enjoy the privileges ...