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... also where the passengers were from. Ontario, Iowa, Ottawa, Idaho Florida, Kansas, Russia and even a Principal from Swan Hill Primary School who lives in Kyneton. (My opinion, he just wanted to interview them all - R)
Neither of us won, so we think guest bingo really is a waste of time :-)
We finally left the Vancouver suburbs, and even a rail maintenance crew which held up the train for half an hour wasn't too much of a ...
It's sunny and hot when we arrive in Kamloops. That cool valley gives way to a completely ifferent landscape. Here we find a semi arid desert. Sage Brush and cactus compete with meagre grass to cover the slopes of the softly rounded hills.
The North and South Thompson Rivers meet here to create the mighty Thompson River that snakes through this wrinkled land.
We are on a quest to find a wildlife sanctuary Bodhi had read about last winter. ...
... movie) on the Georgia viaduct by our hotel. So it's closed down during the day! We made it out of vancouver and drove through the mountains to Kamloops, it was a pretty but uneventful drive - we just stopped once to swap and once for lunch ! I've discovered cruise control on Gator - so I've given up using the brakes or the accelerator when we are on the same road for 300 km! We arrived at the super 8 motel to find out that STA have screwed up again....for a ...
... river from Pioneer Park through to Riverside Park and then onto the bridge. It sounds a distance but it isn't. The river looked beautiful as the water was so still. We met a lady and she told us that she saw some salmon jumping ,so I went down but only saw one splash.The river is very wide and swiftly flowing so it is hard to see the fish. There would actually be thousands going past. After the walk it was coffee and a bit ...
... don't-take-advantage-of-the-white-guy fashion, the tick removal was free, and the azithromycin was $2.
Once we arrived back in Kathmandu, we were given a suite apartment at the Dream Nepal Hotel, which gave us ample room to dismantle and pack the bikes. Or rather, gave Kevan ample room to work on the bikes while I caught up on my sleep from the previous night. We met up with new friends for dinner, giving us a different perspective than the typical ...