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The traditional weather of rain in Vancouver did not disappoint in the slightest, but that did not hinder us from getting out and seeing the city. Our first stop was the Capilano Suspension Bridge
which is a simple suspension bridge crossing the Capilano River. The current bridge is 140 metres long and 70 metres above the river. Once across the …
... he could go a "a fraction faster" on another downhill section as I didn't want to hurt his feelings - he just said tell me to hurry the &$@) up in the future if he was slowly down. Sounds like an old married couple :)
Lastly a big thank you to my family for the wonderful comments on the blog, email & phone. I'm looking forward to coming home and being together again - I almost managed all on the pressie
... the wishes of her family, fall in love. She saves his life several times for he is not a child of the jungle as she is. They want to marry but cannot, and in the end Cumandá marries the chief of a neighbouring tribe in order to save one last time the life of the man she loves.
The Mapmaker’s Wife by Robert Whitaker is the true story of the enduring love between a French explorer and a ...
... benefit from having someone explain things and they usually make it interesting and geared to the audience.
Crossing the high up bridges and seeing the forest from a different angle is fun and we ...
... We would reward ourselves with a pint and a burger once we reach Kits.
The urge to move on and reach our goal starts to take over. Gabs and I, having recently read "Paddle to the Amazon", the story of a father and son who traveled from Winnipeg to the mouth of the Amazon in a canoe (think of it!), receive an inkling of that burning obsession to keep moving at all costs that Don and Dana Starkell felt on their trip.
We meander off the path again ...