Ramada Kelowna Hotel And Conference Centre
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... Very strange, pulled into Yarrow which is near Chilawak (I don't know how you spell that) and all the snow had gone, green grass and blue skies. A complete contrast! Finally arrived in Vancouver around 1.15pm got onto the Skytrain towards Waterfront got our off Granville Street and walked down to our hostel, Samesun. First impressions were far better than Kelowna where we had just come from, there was a giant moose in ...
... the ferry at about half 3 to do our two hour drive to Hope, our first overnight stop on the way to the Rocky Mountains. We got to Hope at about 7pm after a fairly boring and stop start drive.
I was feeling pretty ill today so I pretty much went to bed, Ni had some dinner and also went to bed fairly early.
Hope to Kelowna (29/07)
Today’s drive was much more picturesque. Driving through ...
... pacific snow storms (google it seriously).
It was in a town aptly named Hope that Shan thought it be a good idea I do my first stint of driving.. mind you he had driven the last 2000kms (good boy!!) About 20 or so kms from Hope is the Coquihalla and it was snowing quite hard.. and it was dark.. and I was driving a car about 20 times the size of my swift.. and I just had a red bull.. and I was driving on the other side of the road.. and I didnt know the road ...
... I brought my backpack full on ciders for Larns and I to drink at the Wolverine house party we went to. IT WAS EPIC! They had a sweet dj set up and lights and everything. Donny was passing around her bottle of tequila and we finished it off! Allana an I went upstairs as out the window and on the roof with Tommy and Chris (the boys who live there) ...
... the street and the outdoor eating areas were filled to the brim with people enjoying the warm evening weather. We perused the strip of shops and restaurants analysing each of the menus hoping that something would resonate with our appetite. Eventually we decided upon Japanese. We had caught a glimpse of someone's sushi platter and we were hooked. We worried about it being a bit expensive, as Japanese can be, but it seemed reasonably priced and there was a steady flow of people coming ...