Holiday Park Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... then loomed ahead of us, much bigger than we'd expected. It’s a city of over 100,000 people, so is not insubstantial, and comprises an odd mix of industry, mining and viticulture! You wouldn’t think the vines would grow so well with all that industrial output, but they do!
We were super-early to be checking in to our campsite, but we thought we’d at least locate it so that we knew where to come later. However, it was ...
The day after Revy was quiet at work so Bree and I went to town to do some shopping. Got a lift with Aaron and Geoff who live just up the hill from us. They were good fun and we ended up pre drinking with them for Sunday doubles The day after Revy was matts birthday, so no rest for us! Steph organised a good crew to celebrate at their place. We played plenty of drinking games but the best were horse racing and ...
... made it safely, they drove from Vancouver through rain and snow, saw a couple of cars on their roofs and a bad accident involving a truck that jack knifed and killed someone. I think they were pleased to get here and it was good to see them. It is nice to have the house full but I'm glad it is a big house, three levels, two bedrooms upstairs both with on suits from the kitchen and living area and down stairs is another bedroom with a lounge room which doubles as ...
... br> I then went to my favourite Kelowna cafe (Good Earth on Pandosy) and got a coffee from my favourite barista from Cairns, followed by a much needed haircut (my first since arriving in Canada!), thinking that if I couldn't walk, I could at least sit in a salon right?!
As predicted and expected, being back on the mountain has been tougher than being in Kelowna because I'm around people who are skiing and snowboarding all the time, whereas at least in Kelowna I ...
... This continued for the duration of the 9 hour flight with my palms stopping sweating only when the wheels of the plane touched down on the runway in Vancouver. Laurel of course had no such problems with the flight and managed to grab a few winks, sleeping through what I can only explain as possibly the worst turbulence ever experienced on a flight - ever!!
After passing through immigration we had the small feat of a 6 ...