Residence & Conference Centre - Kamloops
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Kamloops
... We headed out through main town Vancouver that then met up with the majestic Fraser Valley. It was amazing scenery from well over half the fresh food for Vancouver comes from and is situated on the Fraser River. Quite an amazing sight - they still float their logging woods down the river from higher upstream into Vancouver where it is milled! We followed the Fraser to where it ...
... big climbs (see?). Kevan's broken arm eventually led us to alpine trails in Revelstoke, down to Rossland to ride the 7 summits, dropped off via float plane in the Chilcotin mountains and countless rides with great friends across the province, and even back in Ontario. And now, the Himalayas.
There will likely be less buses that desert us at border crossings since we're actually going on a guided bike tour (!) (you read that right) for the first ...
... Nothing was open except for the hotel and casino. We went swimming in the hotel pool, and because we had so much food during the day, didn't need dinner. A reasonably early night due to our early start. Breakfast............... Scrambled eggs, caviar, smoked salmon Lunch.................... Salad, Angus beef ribs, ice cream and chocolate cake......yummy! Dinner................... 2 packets potato chips with hotel room coffee.... Back to ...
... African big game which is so often seen in UK zoos.
The animals here appear to be well looked after and given sufficient room to move around to prevent boredom and much of the work seems to be educating on the animals in the care of the centre and providing a rehabilitation centre for local wildlife.
On several occasions now we've seen examples of local wildlife but generally one of us has ...
... you went in the community. There has been a lot of discussion today about EC play based programs on reserves being challenged by Chief Council (who over see the EC programs,not day to day running) to meet mainstream literacy and numeracy outcomes. Sue Sterling has worked with these tribal councils to demonstrate how use of culture and language can meet these outcomes. An excellent example of this was working with the council about the first national traditional calendar. ...