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Travel Blogs from Kelowna
... Up there with best outfit! We wore lolly necklaces as our garnish. I wore purple hot pants, Hawaiian T-shirt and a green blazer. Kinda looked like a disco diva with my jacket and flairs. We all looked pretty ridiculous! Kayla was a bit hung over today, spewed all the way to Kelowna. Kayla is just learning to snowboard so it's fun going out with her and teaching her a few things. Work is a bit quiet at the moment which is nice! Plenty of snow coming down ...
... to be so bloody hectic!
The day after we drove it, it was closed due to an avalanche and didnt open for 3 days as it snowed over 2 metres there!!! After a few tense words and me pulling over on the side of the road where I probably shouldn't have so Shan could drive, we made it!
We arrived in Kelowna and went to catch up with a familiar face from Perth, our friend Simon (Bambi), and had a few much needed drinks!
Bambi and Lindsay were kind enough ...
... lap of the main street we continued onto Fauquier which was the next ferry crossing. We had been following Arrow Lake for nearly all of this trip and there were many campgrounds and lodges along the foreshore. The water temperature was reasonable and you could see how this would be busy in summer. We stopped at the general store in Fauquier and bought the best loaf of fresh frozen bread they had. The conversation here was the most interesting part as ...
... course we wanted to make the most of our time at Kelowna and it was time for some more golf. I searched the web and found the Gallagher's Pinnacle course where we could play a quick 9 holes in the morning before departing for Vancouver. It was just what we needed. A par 32 track with lots of elevation changes and gorgeous views. We completed our round and we were on the road by noon. That got us to Vancouver ahead of afternoon traffic and downtown to the West End by 4:30 in the afternoon. ...
... or simple sentence as “I live in a hostel”. I did voluntary mistakes in my sentences to prove that I can’t speak great English; as forget “s” when it’s plural or never use in past tense when it should. I talked with him like that about one hour XD. He told me almost everything about the garden and the fish. He, poor him, tried to pronounce every syllable and he talked to me as if I was a kid to be sure than I understand ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center