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... was expecting! Once meat and potatoes, well, now, he is enjoying all kinds of cuisine. This sandwich just didn't meet his expectations! I had a delicious salad that had very tasty tomatoes, walnuts, lettuce, avocado, and orange egg yolks! Yes, orange egg yolks! In my Google search, "richer-colored egg yolks are more likely to come from free-range hens who are able to eat food with more pigmentations." At Finch's, lot of locals patronize ...
... centre for the Secwepemc or Shuswap people for thousands of years. In 1812, the first fur trading post was built by the Pacific Fur Company at the junction of the North and South Thompson rivers. These rivers form the beautiful Kamloops Lake - 40 kms long. On recommendations of our host Mandy, we head off to have dinner at the Fireside Lounge inside the Heritage Plaza Hotel. Sockeye salmon grilled to perfection. A great way to finish a fantastic ...
... ship leaves port. Volendam is a very slick operation indeed, we had to sign something to say that we weren't sick or carrying any flu bug or the like, and constantly encouraged to wash hands frequently on board especially the first few days. There were 1400 passengers and 600 workers on this cruise and for the first few days hot drinks and food are served to you for hygiene reasons. The food on board is spectacular, everything you could wish for and I liked that there were ...
... ship suddenly heels to starboard. Murray takes a photo of the wake, which shows a sharp dog-leg and a large wash to starboard. Later he learns that we had to dodge a whale right in front of the ship. Dianne, meanwhile was in the Cosmos lounge, and saw the splash as the whale disappeared, but not the actual whale. The disadvantage of being out on deck is that a lot of the time you can’t hear announcements and commentary, whereas if you are watching inside, you know ...
... 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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