Travel Blogs from Kelowna
... at the lake, two bites each, so we thought it best to leave immediately!
The drive to Kelowna was over 200km, hence the early start, but we barrelled along nicely with minimal traffic. We went down through the remaining mountains and found ourselves alongside a succession of lakes. The mountains eventually gave way entirely to rolling hills and became a lot less green, replaced by the browns and yellows of a more agricultural region in ...
... I received a place in business class. YES! I have never had a more amazing flight. 10 hours of my own space, turnable into a comfortable bed, all the comfort utensils needed were provided, like comfy socks, sleeping masks, nice comfortable big headphones, big puffy pillows and a nice warm blanket.
The food was an a la carte 4 course meal that came on actual plates with normal cutlery. And any drinks whenever I wished for them, including ...
... for a 3 course meal. Was a great night and the ice climbing was really fun but ************ the arms. Dusty, Jess, Katie and I went riding through the park today and somehow poor Katie managed to stack it and broke he clavicle and chipped her pelvis, she managed to snowboard away from the stack to sit at the bottom of park. Started watching Prison Break! The brothers are amazing. Wentworth Miller, yes ...
... called Kalala. However the exciting thing here was that they were actually starting to press the grapes. The sampling here included the chance to sample Ice Wine which is produced under very strict controlled temperature of below -8c. It results in a dessert type wine which was delicious.
We did two further visits with sampling, Steve couldn't seem to get hand of the second stage of sampling, i.e the 'Slurp' and choked most times ...
... to put a trailer at the water’s edge, build a deck, a dock and make it like you want it. However when summer ends the trailer and all temporary items must be removed. Wade has went to considerable work to build this little piece of “paradise” by building the decks and overhangs around the trees on the property. He has hung artifacts and various decorations to give this deck an authentic “beach bar” appearance. It’s ...
Other places to stay in Kelowna
Central City, Kelowna | Motelfrom $78
1627 Abbott St, Kelowna | 2 star motelfrom $114
South Pandosy - K.L.O., Kelowna | 2 star motelfrom $165
Central City, Kelowna | 2 star motelfrom $101
Highway 97, Kelowna | 2 star motelfrom $116
Highway 97, Kelowna | Motelfrom $81
South Pandosy - K.L.O., Castle Rock | Hotelfrom $49