Coast Osoyoos Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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Hello friends! I thought I'd get this out in time you wish you Merry Christmas...
We are off on another adventure.
We leave for Nicaragua January 12 and we are looking forward to having you join us again. I have a new pack so there is lots of room for everyone.
PLEASE NOTE: I am moving my blog to a new site this trip so if you want to come along again, EACH of you MUST go to the new site and "FOLLOW" the blog. (Sorry, I can't just transfer all your ...
... and meet many interesting people from all walks of life. That all being said we were extremely excited to be 'coming down the hill' to our little Osoyoos hideaway. No matter where you go or what you do...there is NO place like home!
We are currently having a taste of winter, but the the sun is shining and is clear and cold (-10C, 15F ). Lynne and I both have repeatedly said , how ...
... there with traffic and a minor dispute with my GPS and ended up going north instead and crossing at Christina Lake. No problem as I could still get to Osoyoos by late afternoon following the Crowsnest Hwy. I have family there who was expecting me. It began to rain and again, no problem except that the wipers were slimy with bug juice or something so the windshield wasn’t clear. And then I got to the Osoyoos end and had to get down the hill. I did ...
... in the on site gym or a run around the wineries and First Nation reserve, and finishing the days in the steaming hot tub. Not a bad way to live. The days were full of samples and purchases. We visited around 12 different wineries, all of varying quality and friendliness. Some were awesome, friendly, tasty little family run wineries, some were super pretentious wine bars with snobby servers and high tasting fees. It was ...
... disappointing. The wines were excellent, but the wine farms themselves didn't have the character or the same level of service that you get from our Cape Town wine farms. I guess a lot of this would have to do with the fact that compared to back home these farms are quite young and still learning to develop their own identity. Anyway a special mention must go to Silver Sage wine farm and her Bulgarian wine master. Such ...