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... 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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... pontoon and half on the step luckily the pontoon was not damaged and we managed to get her upright thanks to the crew, an we hobbled away poor thing was battered and bruised but not seriously hurt we got a taxi back to the Hotel and checked out her war wounds luckily only bruising that was to last till we got home.
Sadly the day has arrived that we must say good bye to this beautiful city some people would of moaned and groaned at the fact that it was foggy every ...
... in the middle of what could only be described as a monsoonal downpour. We were fairly tired but determined to stay awake until a decent hour so we could get over jetlag in one hit. We had chowder in the lobby bar - very tasty... And their cocktail list was inventive, we particularly liked the ********tails. Ange and I tried the peppermint schnapps and hot chocolate-yum! Noelene and I found a bottle-o and a great little food hall inside a gourmet grocer ...
Woke up early, got dressed and went and made the most of the free breakfast, had porridge, bagels, fruit juice, muffin and coffee. It was then time to go off and explore some more ... One of my favourite places in Vancouver is Stanley Park as it is so beautiful, so this is where I was heading today. To start with I walked the 5km's from the hostel to the park and then decided ...
... the icy waters of Tracey Arm towards Juneau, we were looking forward to going by helicopter to the massive Mendenhall Glacier and the Juneau Icefields to spend time with the dog sledding teams. But, alas, as the day dawned cold, rainy and with a low cloud ceiling, it was clear that this special treat was not going to happen. As we looked over the frontier town of Juneau, the home of the gold miners ...
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