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... in our itinerary and patiently waited to hear back from them, which took about 72 hours. … all the while still trying to book train tickets on my own. Anyways 72hours later, I am informed that the train is completely booked for my first two routes I wished to take. The sleeper class was available however they do not book this class . Urghh the frustration!
I tried again on my own, and the system still let me pay for tickets only ...
*Dove body wash *(won't be replaced)
*Aveeno moisturizer (won't be replaced)
*bag of Ricola (make all the fun you want - eating a bag of these keeps me from getting sick all the time)
*Repel 100 Deet mosquito repellent
*Benadryl Itch Relief Stick
*After Burn (for when I inevitably get sunburned)
*small red container with Advil, Ibuprofin, ...
... the Crown Princess.
Gastown is the birthplace of Vancouver, and was initially a settlement that sprung up around a tavern founded in 1867 by sailor and gold prospector John "Gassy Jack" Deighton. Our bus guide told us that 'Gassy' was named because he talked too much and not because of what he ate. Hehe.
This historic district's cobblestone streets are lined with Victorian buildings that today house everything from souvenir shops and ...
... our seemingly endless honeymoon stretching before us, the end in Vancouver an unfeasibly long time away and eclipsed by the fun we'd yet to have on Route 66, in The Canadian Rockies, Vancouver and Vancouver Island. But the sands slip away and, as 42 days have followed 42 nights, here we are at the end of the line.
Today was purely functional. Long lie-in (interrupted briefly by some annoying drilling at 8am); showered, re-packed bags ...
Thinking quickly before she said anything I would regret I asked Bubba if he owned a Barrett M82
( this is a 50cal sniper rifle ).. his eyes lit up but he was sorry to say he had never owned a sniper rifle.. A 50cal could probably skin and fillet a Wallaby in one shot..
I warned him to be careful of the Drop Bears in Australia... they were a bit like the bears in Alaska ( as common as Sasquatch ).
The pain ...