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- Continental Breakfast
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We left this morning in no hurry as we only had 100km to go. As always when one has plenty of time, time runs away. We got to Sicamous and wanted coffee. Into Blondie's we went. Absolutely super, just what you and Eva might have done Alice. Went on and went up a little side road to eat out sandwiches hoping to see some wildlife. Not a thing in …
G'Day All .... Well today is D day picked up the hire car around 9:30 and on the way by10. Great start to the day traffic pretty good and my new girlfriend was very good at giving directions so only had to do 1 u turn,not bad, the old Tom Tom is a thing of the past now we get a Samsung mini note pad complete with credits to phone home free of …
... I broke our No Hitchhiker rule. And we broke it on a guy who could have been one of the founding members of the Hells Angels. We like living on the edge. His motorbike had got a slow puncture and he asked if we could take his wife or "Old Lady" ( can you tell we have been watching a lot of Sons of Anarchy?) into town so she could arrange for a tow truck.They both turned out to be really nice and it was our good deed for the ...
... back in the car. The plan had been to then drive all the way to our hotel in Revelstoke but Julie had been told about an ice cream place in Sicamous so of course we had to stop. The ice cream place as on a dairy farm, which quickly made me decide that I wasn’t meant for farm life, as it was rather smelly, but the ice cream was delicious! Next we headed off to our hotel, the hotel turned out to have an outdoor swimming pool so naturally we had to go swimming. ...
... winter. The only wildlife we saw all day was a Pika, these cute guinea pig size creatures squeak to each other from their rock piles, busy running to and from their den collecting grasses and plants which they store for the harsh winters. Bus after bus of tourists get on and off at all the areas to photograph the wilderness, and Matt and I were glad that we took off early as I think we avoided the majority of the crowds. We drove through 3 National parks on ...