Prestige Inn Nelson
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of time with a couple of WWOOFers in particular: Martin and Alex. Martin (or Maciej) was the only WWOOFer here before me and I got to share a caravan with for about a week or so. He's super chilled out, quite insightful and really funny. Alex is from Tassie and we've really bonded since he arrived 2 weeks ago. He just finished his Masters if Philosophy and is so passionate ethics, learning and life. He has a stack of really interesting ideas and ...
... some reason ultimate frisbee, crazy Canadians again), parents bring their kids for a swim and some canoeing. All in all a good excuse for Carla and I to catch some sun and take in the events of the day. The next morning brought on another helping of Maya's endless breakfast which we both gratefully consumed after all the walking from the day before. Then taking some advice from Maya we headed out for a 6km hike along some disused railway lines that run along the hills of Nelson. It ...
... scenic stretch of highway ever: BC 3A. Oh my goodness. I really reeaally REALLY like the Kootenay loop (no longer means just a bus loop in Burnaby for me - so NOT the same!) and the lake views from the passenger seat were breathtaking. I think this is where I taught Andrew the Tagalog word 'gigil'. I tried to find translations for this feeling and came across this ...
... shine on the mountains and the deer in the yard. One came so close we had to take a photo shot. Then we had the ice scraped off the car for us before we left. We keep getting told that it is much colder than usual for this time of the year after a warm summer but it has not held us up.
We thought that the BnB in Banff was wonderful – this was as good in a different way. It is a bit out of the way which was an attraction for us but may explain why it was cheaper as ...
... below under the highlights of this part of the trip.
From New Denver I travelled to a town with a thriving artistic community: Kaslo. Leaving Kaslo I passed Mirror Lake. I did not stop but it looked like a great place to go swimming and camping. There were many families with small children.
Final stop of the day was at one of the "Best Small Town Arts Communities in North ...