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... a holiday to remember. We saw every Province in Canada except Newfoundland. It was almost 10 weeks and we drove 16969.5 Km. We did so much and saw so much we'll need to review our pictures to keep all the memories organized in our minds.
It's good to be home but soon we can start dreaming of our next adventure.
We hope you all enjoyed travelling with us on the blog.
... to the end, and Penticton, our stop for the night.
Today was a bank holiday celebrating Canada Day so the town was very busy, with everyone enjoying the local festivities. We took a stroll along the lake 'promenade' in the evening sun and later enjoyed the firework display over the lake.
Weather: AM & PM - Hot and sunny 33 C (unusually high)
Km driven: 352km
Liam and Cathy
... we headed off to Whistler, the home of the 2010 Winter Olympics. A one and a half hour journey on the very scenic Sea to Sky highway, and although the conditions were intermittently wet it did not spoil the beauty of the drive.
We wandered through the very pretty township of Whistler with our thermals in use, it was quite cold. It is off season at the moment ( winter season has not yet commenced) so ...
... to taste 7 wines the woman attempted to pour tinier and tinier amounts into her glass until I'm sure she just pretended for the last one. Worryingly Cara thought that last one was nicer than the one before... We came away with some good BC wine and as we climbed back into the van Cara popped to the back. Assuming she'd gone to the loo I waited patiently in the driver's seat. 5 minutes later I went to the back...to find her fast asleep in bed. ...
... the cliff and I was ready to start my four-day ski instructor course that was beginning the next day. I was a great skier and I was ready to become an instructor!
Part Two: Skier 2.0
Thursday dawns and I’m up early into the village to start my level one ski instructor course. There’s only four of us in the course in total; me, a Brit called Nat who’s here with her boyfriend for the season, a guy from Canberra called Tom who is already a ...