Whistler Village Inn + Suites
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... down that river! That's when we had a minute to look around and not get tossed out of the boat! We went through about 3kms of rapids before coming to a rock/cliff jump. So the rafts pulled up and about 7 of us climbed up the cliff face and jumped into the freezing cold water! I took the plunge! Ok I lied that you might be ok to get back onto the chair! I hate heights but if I'm talking myself up for a bungee jump I should probably start somewhere. That was fun. The water is a ...
... agency, where we picked our rental vehicle, which turned out to be a new model black sporty Volvo (very nice). As the day was very wet we decided to take a drive out to the Whistler Ski area, which now was devoid of snow and the skis had been replaced by mountain bikes. After having a look at the slope of the mountain, I couldn't understand how they could successfully ride a mountain bike down the mountain. After exploring the trendy Whistler shops we headed of ...
... after Whistler, I met my cousin in Fernie and we roadtripped in her awesome van to the states. I hadn’t seen her in many years as she moved to Canada so it was great to catch up! I then reunited with a few of my Whistler family in LA and we flew to Turkey to tour around Gallipoli and Troy. Istanbul was an amazing city apart from the Blue Mosque waking us up at 5am. Getting from the airport was also entertaining as the taxi driver spoke ...
... of how icey the mountain is (due to reason A). C. It's hell expensive for lessons. D. I work a lot. But if a few of these change, I'll head up! I'm super keen to get up there! Timmsy arrived on Thursday, a friend of mine from back home so that's fun to have more people I know around this town! But my cousin is heading back home to Oz in a month and possibly (99% likely) little brother will be heading to Calgary or some other mountain to continue his own little adventure! ...
... br> Jenny found her hat in the hood of her coat, luckily she didn’t bang her head on the ground. After about an hour the pain in her ribs subsided and she began to feel just a dull ache! Poor Jennybar!
As I was worried about her I headed in to town to meet her for lunch (at Peaked Pies, see photo of dessert pie we had)! The story would be quite funny if it wasn’t so painful! Jenny was waiting for the bus and as it approached she ...