Nita Lake Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... off kinda deal. Good idea huh? Well everyone who has done dead season previously knows that dead season is the time to bail on Whistler and go and live in Mexico like a boss for little to no money while it's slow. That'll be me next year I feel. Apart from Halloween and a few other minor things, Whistler has been pretty mellow. Halloween was intense. People go solid for it here! I didn't go too crazy with the festivities as I had to work due to all my time off but it was fun. Plus ...
Left for the airport with only one turn back so not bad. And of course we were there very very early but checked in ok and headed through the customs ordeal. All good. Flight left at 12.55 and we finally arrived at Whistler at 7.30 Canadian time so over 22 hours of travel. Our gorgeous girl had the house warm and cosy with a fire, clean ...
Holidays are coming…holidays are coming…
Christmas is truly on its way now that I walked from the bus stop to hear 'Last Christmas' by Wham blaring out of a house to then arrive home to find the lounge decorated with fairy lights! It has been a strange run up to Christmas as it has not really felt very Christmassy. In part I think this is due to us both being so busy with new ...
... we all enjoyed bangers and mash which Fiona had been craving since we entered Canada.
The next morning we made our way to the other side of the Whistler Village. After a few photos in the Whistler Olympic rings and a nice lunch at an outdoor patio bar, we checked out the village markets in the North Village before making our way back to Vancouver for a second time. For dinner we treated ourselves to a massive Korean ...
... to ring the Owner.
Videoed the outside of the houses said our goodbyes emailed our blog address to Terry and we were on our way. First stop was Thriftys to stock up the Esky for the next week then Jill guided us to the Nanaimo Ferry Terminal only to find out there are two terminals. Shannon at the Passenger Ticket Office gave Richard directions to Departure Bay Ferry to catch the BC Ferry to Horseshoe Bay. Richard keyed in ...