Pemberton Valley Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... saw snow on the mountains again. Just around the corner, Joffre Glacier clearly visible from the road, but too many folk parked to think of getting a space to stop and look.
Drove on to camp at Nairn Falls, which we had visited previously in 2009. Time to do the walk to the falls tomorrow, before travelling to Vancouver to catch the ferry to Vancouver Island. The later part of today has shown us some beautiful ...
... swelling and a too-tight bandage made for a very long and painful second night. Mac was literally shaking with the pain and even resorted to taking two panadol! It must have been excruciating because Mac NEVER takes a pain killer. The result has been an amazingly quite week. We have just pottered about. Ventured out on Wednesday and walked (limped) the course Mac was going to complete on the Monday and interspersed it with a late lunch ...
... patience. So we drove. And drove. Waiting for a sign. I spoke to a lady when we booked our horse riding in for the next day and she said after the 2nd bridge you go across the river then up a hill. From my research I'm waiting on a sign. We passed some native towns and cemeteries along the way. The drive along was spectacular. The lake is always stunning, the trees has their fall colours in full bloom and just driving along a nearly deserted road makes it so much better. But I did get ...
... one they gave for kids chino's and I even asked for a double shot, but it did taste rather well. We went down to the Olympic village again, had our photo shot with the Kowalski 2 finger pose and then had a egg and bacon bagel followed by another coffee ( helped with the hangover I think).
Then the shopping began with buying for the girls rather easy but Ben's list a little hard to achieve in a ski village. Hopefully he will ...
... sunny weather means you don’t NEED to wear goggles, you could ski in sun glasses however so many people still ski with their goggles on and the resulting dreaded goggle marks! I saw one girl that had such a dark goggle mark that at first I thought she had a beard!
Float Planes Out the Window – It is strange to look out the lounge window across the valley in which Whistler Village sits, with Blackcomb Mountain filling the frame to see a ...