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Travel Blogs from Lynden
... and decide to check out the tourist drive along the ocean. The drive is as good as we hoped, though only
one of us gets out of the car whenever a photo is required. A highlight for me is seeing people playing
golf at a spectacular golf course in less than perfect weather. Quite a few of them are wearing shorts – must
We stop for lunch at a diner that we happened across by sheer chance. The place is packed ...
... country, you've been in situations where you had to figure something out...and that I've found is at the crux of traveling. You just figure it out.
I've noticed that I just yak to anyone now. I just don't care and I don't think I'm being offensive. Usually, when I sit down at someone's restaurant, they don't mind talking to me. Other travelers I just blurt out things. Driving that silly motorbike in Bali with the wonkiest roads, every traffic stop I would ...
... and had lunch. We then spent the afternoon relaxing, catching up on emails and looking up alternative flights home. We soon found out that it was cheaper to get new flights than to change the ones we had, so we got on the phone and booked flights for the 12th for $400 (£250) as it would have cost $716 (£448) nearly double otherwise. After some dinner we settled in with the usual entertainment until time for bed.
... won several provincial, national and world championships in hockey, baseball, feild sports and curling. It consistently pumps out world class athletes. Surprizingly, it is the oldest Italian settlement in BC (lunch at the 'Colander' was superb).
The only employer in town is the Teck/Cominco Smelter who are the worlds leading producer of lead, zinc, precious metals, chemicals, fertilizer products and numerous other minerals. We toured their interpretive ...
... result. I didn’t before that British Columbia Government is providing programs and support to help welcome new Canadians to British Columbia so that they can continue to build the province's diverse and culturally inclusive communities. The Government spend a lot of money for the multiculturalism here. They spend around 6.33 million to fund multicultural and anti-racism programs since 2002. And also, ...