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A flying visit but very comfortable room and facilities. Friendly staff.
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De Inside Passage is een boottocht tussen Port Hardy en Prince Rupert
die normaal 15 uur duurt. Je zou er veel walvissen, orka's en andere
dieren in hun natuurlijke habitat zien.
We moeten 2 uur op voorhand aan de terminal staan, dus om 5.30u. Uiteindelijk vertrekken we pas om 8. …
Saturday . 4pm rise and shine And all aboard the ferry to Prince Rupert near the Alaskan border. We travelled in a traditional school bus from hotel to terminal, quite a novelty. Easy boarding but unfortunately the fog as yet to burn off so limited visibility, time to catch a bite to eat and a few extra zzzds . We caught a couple of glimpses of …
... with running shoes... the vibration limits the # of pictures you'll get that aren't just ****. There were also very few "viewpoint" type of pull-offs where I could dismount and take a better quality image of the stunning vistas. Regardless, I did get a few that are worth sharing.
One spot that I was able to pull over for was Morice Canyon in Moricetown, a ...
Finally back on dry land and through immigration we were met by an army of women volunteers, giving directions to bus, trains and hotels. Unfortunately our lady was out to win gold, as she scooped up about 3 couples at a time, all with different requirements......chaos ensued ! Our hotel was in a 'colourful' area of Vancouver so first stop the coffee shop. From there we watched a Guy in high heels click by, a young woman walking her ...
... misadventure. It started to rain and the mist closed in.
The road may well have been scenic, and there may well have been bears and elk galore along the way. When the visibility was down to 100m, however, all of that seemed irrelevant. We stopped at Lake Louise only long enough to check the map then took Route 1 (Trans Canadian Highway) back to the west and out of the mountains. Two hours later we were rolling along the flat lands with ...