Worldmark Birch Bay
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Sunday morning, after a good sleep & a sensational breakfast in the hotel restaurant, Arc, we start our tour. We meet our bus driver Owen who, together with Rusty, will ferry us through Canada over the next couple of weeks.
We were driven through the waterfront area of Vancouver, along the quaint streets of Gastown, then on to beautiful Stanley Park, a 400 hectare evergreen oasis ...
- Stanley Park is a 1,001-acre public park that borders the downtown ofVancouver, Canada and is almost entirely surrounded by ...
... just 678 other folks along with us as we make our way north from Sidney to Singapore. It has all the usual amenities of a cruise ship, although not open seating dining. So we will dine at the same time and with the same table mates for the cruise. We have our fingers crossed. We have a couple days at sea when we leave Sydney and then spend a day at Townsville, on the north-eastern coast of Queensland,. It is the largest urban centre ...
... even though there was a piece of paper saying " Reserved for parties of 4". It wasn't a problem because of all the space as we saw quite a few double seats empty. Many people slept on a double set. Each seat has leg rests that come up parallel with the seat so Daisy was able to make herself a little bed with the opposite seat's footrest up as well. I tried it but found it more comfortable with the footrests down. In any case we both managed to sleep ...
... forever. As we had another flight to catch, things were a little hectic. It was finally our turn to state why we wanted to be in Canada for so long etc. Beatrice went up, and got asked a million questions, while I went up to a different lady, who simply said "just a working holiday is it," to which I replied, "yep," and she printed everything out for my stapled it in my passport and handed it ...