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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 …
... Yes the Hilton!), then took the Whistler gondola towards the top of Whistler mountain then the chair lift to the summit. The summit was beautiful, even though it is summer the snow has not completely melted so the mountains in the back ground are still snow capped. As beautiful as it was I always forget just how much I hate the cold, I froze my butt off whilst Tom walked around in shorts!
We then took another gondola from Whistler Mountain to Blackcomb ...
... as the Manager of Entertainment at Australia Zoo. This talk was really interesting, and much better than I was expecting.
Meanwhile, by 3.08pm Murray can see small islands off the bow, and a long line of islands and mountains further on. The sea is still grey and the land very dark. It is blowing very strongly at times, and hard to stand on the open deck, and enough rain in the air to make photography difficult, even with a cloth to keep the lens clear of rain ...
... I didn't complain..
After the beers, it was tea time. We went back inside the market to find a burrito stall we'd spotted earlier. We decided to eat them outside, until world war 3 almost broke out behind us. A group of seagulls had found a dead bird on the road, and they weren't happy. Screeching and crowing, they all as one lifted into the air and let themselves go. It was like an air raid. Thankfully, we made it inside unscathed.
... incident. Because we arrived a little early, we had to go for a walk for a couple of hours to "downtown" San Pedro. We ended up having lunch at the Beach Bar and Grill and then headed back for a couple hours nap.
At 7:00 p.m. we met up again for dinner and went to a local Sushi bar near the hotel and then retired for what will be a long check-in day tomorrow. All is well in southern California - Let the Good times ...