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... work on our sales and marketing skills. Julie forgot to tell us we went back an hour within the first hour of driving; could have slept in!
We drove north through Mt Robson Provisional Park, which was very pretty. We had a quick stop at the Visitors Centre overlooking Mt Robson; the highest mountain in the Rockies standing at 3,953m high. It has a rather large glacier on top and is ...
... something completely different and gives me something to fix me right up. I want to kiss him.
So now, tucked up in bed, secretly wishing for someone to bring me a cup of tea and rock me to sleep, I’m staving off the travel lonelies by writing to you.
Don’t feel too bad for me. Tomorrow morning I’m up at 4am to go to Cabo, where there’s someone very special waiting for me.
Your B. ...
... tried to kill me
been like juggling jelly
bent my head
The 7 other students on the course supply me with a lovely selection of characters:
Angela - from Ukraine.
She is spick and span and only 21 although she has been teaching English as Foreign Language for 22 years..... you'd think.
Jackie - from Vancouver.
From a Asian family she (apparently) fulfills perfectly her stereotype of being really nice. She ...
... market exhibiting a diverse array of culinary artisans from the local community. This was amazing, the array of food and produce was exceptional....sampled quite a few delicacies on our "Foodies Tour".
Remainder of the day was exploring at our leisure.
Tonight we dined with our Tour Director and fellow travelers.
Another night at the Fairmont Pacific ...
... note later that the 'dam ship has a front observation gallery with wind protection only about 120 cm high, and no visual obstacles at all, plus passenger access to the bulwarked bow.
As we get closer we can see the raft of small and large, but not monstrous, icebergs, more brash ice than growlers. We don’t expect to go any closer as the brash ice is everywhere, but we approach very slowly, feeling a bit like an ice-breaker, doing a lot of rolling, possibly ...