Comfort Inn & Suites Surrey
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... pad (QA?), and the older guy over in the shade leaning back on a wall with his eyes closed (boss?). OK, everyone present and accounted for.
Mystery solved I head on home. It's time to try that chocolate cake that Nanette and Kai made yesterday. They iced it this morning and we have all been eagerly awaiting that first taste. Knife. Plate. Cut. Plop. Bite. Man, that's good! Hmm - they made, it cut it, and brought it to me. Do I have to leave a ...
... named George cooking omelettes over a little gas stove in the corner. He’s a whiz at flipping and folding everything in his little pan. We are just seated at our table with plates of fresh cooked goodness when my phone rings. “Hi, it’s Murray. We’re all done and ready to be picked up. We can grab a cab to your hotel if you like.” I think about the twenty-minute drive to the cruise terminal. I ...
... at Tim Horton’s to collect the morning coffees of course. I try to sound like a local as I order two double doubles and two French vanilla caps. Then, the lady pops the question. "Do you want to add one of these apple jam donuts for only sixty five cents? It’s the special." As you may know, I’m a sucker for upsell. “Sure.” Then, like a true Canadian, she casually suggests “or you can swap it out for any other donut ...
... air steward was Hitler with blonde hair in a skirt. Rob plugged his head phones into the seat and was told off because only ear buds could be plugged in until electronic devices could be switched on :/ ??? Told plenty of other people off for any minor infraction. Canada immigration knows how to get things done - sufficient staff that our wait was only a couple of minutes - but then a wait for the ...
... we could see Whistler Mountain. We stayed and soaked up the place for a while before heading down to cruise off to Whistler.
The rest of the trip to Whistler passed easily and on arrival we went in search of the lifts to do the Peak to Peak gondola ride, which takes you on a trip between the two big peaks that surround Whistler. Whistler is a beautiful little snow town that was home for the winter Olympics in 2010. The town is obviously has strict planning rules ...
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