Grouse Creek Motel

9414 King George Hwy, Surrey, British Columbia, V3V 5W3, Canada | Motel
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This motel, located in the Whalley area of Surrey, is near Northview Golf and Country Club, Bear Creek Park Train, Centre for Performing Arts, and Yoho Valley.
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    One lonely humpback

    A travel blog entry by sparkeflies on Jul 25, 2014

    11 photos

    Today was an exercise in traveling alone. It's not something I mind too much. In fact I do it more often than not, having travelled overseas solo on several occasions now. It can make me very happy, but it's sometimes a bit sad. Knowing the emotions tied to this trip for me, coming alone worried me somewhat.

    It's particularly hard to see couples traveling together. And families. It's a tough reminder that the ...

    Family Day

    A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jun 22, 2014

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    We didn't get up too early today, but had planned to go to Phil's Aunties house in the afternoon. After getting dressed and ready we nipped to the local supermarket for some food for tomorrow to make sure we were stocked up for tea, as tomorrow was Whale Watching. Soti (Phil's Aunty) had said to get to her house for around 3pm, so we got the sky train at around 2ish. We needed to change but it only took around half an hour to get to her stop, King George in Surrey. ...

    A walk in the park

    A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jun 17, 2014

    19 photos

    All the Canada guidebooks we've looked at say that you have to go to Stanley Park whilst in Vancouver, so that was our plan for a hopefully-dry Monday. Wil, our host, told us that if we follow the road he lives on down a few blocks we get to the waterfront, and from there its just a pedestrian-and-cyclist-only path that goes straight to Stanley Park.
    Apparently, the seawalls surrounding it total 8.8km in length, which we thought would be a nice little walk to kill a bit of ...

    Relaxing (?) in Hawaii then on to Vancouver

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on May 30, 2014

    21 photos

    ... until we worked out we had left the balcony door open.

    Wednesday 28 May 2014 Honolulu – Hanauma Bay

    At breakfast we managed to substitute toast for the pancakes on the limited options menu, which was definitely an improvement. Packed the big daypack with our snorkelling gear before heading out towards Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve for some snorkelling. Luckily we’d read our information in advance, so knew it was closed on Tuesdays, which is why ...

    Three Challenges

    A travel blog entry by lamondg on May 07, 2014

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    ... 8217;s a hot Costco chicken pie steaming on the table (we teamed up with nine other random families we met in the store to buy and share the ten pack) and it smells fantastic. Kirsty just wants three baby-free minutes to sit and enjoy her dinner in peace. So - here’s the equation. It’s dinner time. Mackenzie has just turned six months old. Ah well - I reckon two challenges out of three is a pretty good result for ...