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The staff were absolutely wonderful. Customs actually smiled and wished us a pleasant holiday. Hold this one up as a training airport for others. We are not all terrorists.
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I am really glad that we decided not to take our coaches across the US/Canadian border. The line to cross is moving pretty slow but we noticed that anyone with an RV is being pulled aside into an inspection area and detained for a long time.
Driving in another country is always fun. Since Canada is metric the road signs are interesting to …
Ta da! We are more than half way on our adventure!
We got up yesterday morning and loaded 7 suitcases in to the car. Yep, 7 suitcases and 4 backpacks. We all have one suitcase for the land portion of the Alaskan trip, and we all have one suitcase for the cruise portion. Once we arrive in Fairbanks, the tour company will take our cruise …
Mein Flug nach Vancouver verlief ziemlich undramatisch. Zum Glück hatte ich eine ganz tolle Sitznachbarin, was die 9 Std 20 Min. deutlich angenehmer machten. Endlich in Vancouver gelandet konnte ich es kaum erwarten, auszusteigen! Der Flughafen ist wirklich sehr schön. Es hat sehr viele historische Bilder, Gemälde und Schnitzereien. …
... in the area – Kyle excitedly told me about coming across the set by accident one day out in the woods near Tsawassen, stumbling across the impala of all things! Best ever!
But I’m getting distracted. After gawking for awhile, I parked the car and marched through the beachfront park over to the trailhead, took a deep breath, and began. Quarry Rock is classed as an ‘easy’ hike – but it weaves through the forest and the trail ...
... we reached the bridge, we took a little detour ot Beaver Lake. Unfortunately, we didn't see any beavers, just an informative sign telling us that the lake was disappearing and being replaced with swamp and eventually forest (something to do with geography and science...).
As we approached the bridge, we could see the Disney cruise was leaving the harbour, and as it passed us, it sounded its horn. Not just an ordinary horn, but playing a tune ("When you wish upon a ...