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... and pile of sheets across the lot and into the basement with two little kids in tow in the pouring rain was great fun- hmmm maybe not! The machines were TINY, we used everyone there (lucky no one else had washing!). A few hours later, having occupied the kids in the tiny basement and $40 poorer we emerged, only to have the tip pile saturated before getting back to the van. The crew at the apartment had done ...
Then it was out to the airport where we had a rather long wait until 8pm for our 14 hour flight home. Not much to do but eat and drink.
It's been a great trip, albeit long and tiring at times, but we've seen some amazing places and enjoyed some great times with people and family along the way. The memories live on long after the bills have been paid!
... Sandie said she'd share hers so think we'll be covered. I brought the camera book with me to try & work out how to best use it for the many scenic & panoramic shots that will be available to snap, especially as we head north to Alaska. I really DO want to be able to capture each & every special moment as my memory is not the best & according to Kasey I'm very old now. Vancouver feels & looks a lot like Melbourne, easy to get around & everyone is very friendly & helpful. ...
... Cleveland Damn where folk quartet and jazz trio played against a backdrop of Canadian wilderness. Saw the osprey but sadly it was out of range to photo even if the 30 zoom could have tracked him down.
I attempted to make banoffee pie for supper but the condensed milk wasn't as solid as it needed to be so the result was more car crash than pie but tasty ...
Jan and Maeghan dropped us at our apartment in Burrard St to meet the owner Mahalia. I had booked it on Flipkey and we were thrilled when we saw it. It works out cheaper than a hotel, more private and gives you more room to spread out your gear. Burrard St seems to be a street that stretches right through the city and we were kind of on the middle. The area was a bit like East Perth, full of apartments and restaurants and pokey ...