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Wed Oct 1
Wash day and re packing, Managed to walk into a hairdresser and get a trim and colour, now feel better.
Walked up to Granville Street as had located a camera store, thought I'd better get an extra battery not knowing if and when would be able to charge up the camera.
Thurs Oct 2
Left on time 10min walk to Hi Downtown Hostel, 10mins later tour guide Brian stopped off to pick up. ...
... 8217;, shoved down your throat. Impressive establishment, but not so much to our tastes.
It was now late afternoon. From here, we stopped briefly in town to a small market complex called Guisachan Market, which houses a bakery, deli, fish shop and other such shops, where we bought a feast of bread, salmon, charcuterie and cheese for tea. Having eaten heartily at lunch, we only wanted this type of meal (a posh party tea!), washed down with a ...
... morning out then went into work for our first day of training. I massaged our boss Leanne, I was pretty nervous and had the shakes haha but she enjoyed it. After work Leanne took us to the Bullwheel Restaurant. Our hairdresser Corey (Byron Bay) also joined us for drinks and amazing food all night, and Leanne wouldn't let us pay for it. Leanne introduced us to a lot of her friends which was great! Well known people of the mountain. 29th Nov We met our next ...
... the waterslide and hot tub with Patrick while I do the laundry and clean the car. It feels nice to organize and clean our suitcases and van.
The wind is very loud outside the hotel and sometimes the rain sounds like hail.
... you don’t want to leave,
While out on Lake Okanagan yesterday, we came across a large orange pontoon boat with very loud obnoxious music, and dancing that you could hear all over the lake. Wade and the guys were on the top level of our boat with us girls on the lower deck so we did not hear Wade explaining that the orange boat was occupied by The Hells Angels and that they come out on the boat every summer to raise some hell. There was a ...