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... whilst Sarah and Stuart took one final stroll downtown and reflected on a great 3 weeks. Harrison helped direct us home now clear on his way past the big library.. His favourite library and telling us wen to cross the road not on red hand on white green man! Back at the hostel Stuart tried to calm Harrison down after his chocolate high before everyone went to sleep. Tomorrow would be a long day as we were saying goodbye to British Columbia (BC) and we would be coming home ...
... going to cost $140...... So to take our minds off it, Mum, Kitty and I went to the sweet shop we had passed on the way here. Turns out, it was a Seven/Eleven store and we got FREE slushie drink thingies and sweets. We then walked around Vancouver and it struck us how everyone is so friendly and helpful in Canada! We knew we would really love it here
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Dylan. A.K.A Batman. A.A.K.A The most awesome guy on the planet.
... Yuuuum. We sat at the marina people watching then walked back to the hotel over the Cambie Bridge to Broadway st. We stopped for a Fat Burger milkshake and that's when we realised Murray had caught the sun on his face and now slightly resembled a clown. To which I got the giggles and almost lost my milkshake up my nose. Lucky we have aftersun. We are on day two. It's currently 7.42 and I have been awake for an hour. Murray has perfected the time change and is still sleeping. ...
... 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.
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... I've been talking to a colleague of mine, Kyra, and she mentioned something about working holiday which she did for 6 months in Australia and she absolutely loved it. I had to simmer on that idea for some time, and after 2 years and a ****** restaurant I finally had the courage to quit my job, pick up my bags and go see the world.
I've never heard of working holiday where you get to work to support your travel expenses. I started to do some research, as well ...