Super 8 Langley / Aldergrove
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... me and Calum started planning a little trip up there. We were planning on going up sat and back sunday but the buses dont run on a sunday so it would have to be the friday night and back the saturday depending on if calum could get the day off. Last task of the day was to book flights to Peoria on monday so i can meet Kaleb and go on a small road trip down to the Smoky mountains. Hopefully get another couple of states ticked off my list on the ...
... quiet that inner voice of yours that says you’re incapable. Weak. Stupid.
The second is the people. For the least three weeks I’ve been in the company of people who’ve happily given me their time. To hang, celebrate, explore. It’s a nice reminder that there are things about me worth knowing. Worth liking. I’m worth the effort – at least they believe so. With these fine people my last three days ...
... artefacts and music playing - felt like we were in a scene from Hogans Heroes but it tasted good - all part of our bike, beer and binge tour :)
Just turned up to the airport to find our flight delayed by 1 1/2 hours so not leaving till 1.15am Canadian time now. Sweet talked the check in ladies with overweight bike bag (28kgs) , but then got hit with an extra $50 bike box handling fee - 1 all I think.
So now the wait begins so I will ...
... the road. From the tank full of live seafood to the atmosphere it was so authentic. From here we visited the Vancouver Lookout Tower. Our tickets gave us unlimited access until half past ten. After taking the 360 tour of the city we decided to head back to the hotel to freshen up before heading out again to the Lookout. The views over Vancouver as the sun was setting were spectacular. Out of this world. The photos don't do it ...
... up people's blogs about travelling and backpacking. I never thought I could be a backpacker, because at home I always thought I was quite high maintenance and OCD, although I could always go cheap on accommodation. Also I wasn't sure where I'd want to do my working holiday, but since I'm pushing 30 that kind of narrowed it down to Australia, New Zealand, or Ireland. Australia came up top because I just ******* love the cute Aussie accent, the outback experience, and the ...