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... station of the largest aerial tramway system in North America. The tramway is standing only and they do fit quite a lot of people into one tram. Again the scenery is great as we get higher and see the river, skyscrapers, ports and ships at anchor together with Lion Bridge below us. At the top of the aerial tramway there are a number of options. There is a theatre with documentaries about bears, there are several options for ...
... areas. We were rather hungry but decided to do the tour first then eat after. A pretty cool looking guy started the tour with the history of the park, which was very interesting and went way back to when it all began. That section ended by him telling us that the lady who currently owns the area visits almost every day, so we may see her! Andre (the guide) then took us around a path and through the totem poles, from where we caught our first glimpse of the bridge! ...
... of undergrowth. There are a few people about, mostly locals, enough to make us feel fairly bear-proof. The only wild life we see is a mynah-sized bird with a russet chest, which is disturbed by walkers coming the other way.
The lake is long and narrow, with only a few places to get down to the water, but is quite pretty, set in dense pine forest, with snow-clad mountains in the background. At the far end, the remnants of the dam used to keep up the level for ...
... what we are going to see, explore, eat and whatever else comes our way. We will be flying from Vancouver to Seattle, then from Seattle we fly straight through to Dubai. 14 hours on a plane...with a baby...and a 6 year old...and David!! Should be fun! We are using this blog space so that Daisie can document her time away and so that we can share our experience with her classmates.
This is going to be cool!
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Monday marked six months since I arrived in Canada. I can't believe that it's gone by so quickly and that I have done so little of my sightseeing list!
The last two months since my last blog post has been pretty crazy - I've moved into Vancouver, joined the ...