Travel Blogs from Kelowna
... a soup spoon) and the milky way, amazing! After a lovely day and meal we all called it a night. Bobbie and Duncan had to get up early for a car show and we had another long drive to Vancouver in the morning.
Kelowna was a very memorable part of the trip and I hope we get to go back one day to take in more of its beauty. Thanks Bobbie and Duncan for having us and you are more than welcome to come visit in Australia anytime.
... massaged Eddie McGuire and his wife who were lovely. They are opening a new women's health clinic at the Lexus centre, Collingwood who are putting $25 million into it. They were keen to give us their details and get us on board when we came back. We went to Black Diamond for Sams 30th, he had a flaming shot and accidentally set his shirt and face on fire, it went out quick and he was ok just spent the night with ice on his lip. After, we went to Sams, and a random ...
... the local banjo player talking about guarding his apples from the bears last night with a 12 gauge. His main concern was the cougars though which were also causing trouble. I don't remember the last time I protected our fruit with a 12 gauge, but they were obviously really good apples.
Another ferry trip over the lake and we had lunch while checking out the local logging yard which is basically all of the logs wired together floating in the lake. ...
Our first stop on the Moose bus to Kelowna was (insert drum roll)...a waterfall! Forgive my lack of excitement but I have seen plenty of waterfalls on this trip. Bridalveil falls is a fairly common name for waterfalls, as many of the look like bridal veils (which pretty much reflected how I felt). It was a short 5 minute walk to reach the new falls with our new moose crew (2 additional Aussies, 1 Irish and 1 British) after loosing two previous ...
I know that my English skills are not perfect....but there's one person in Kelowna who think that I can’t do a sentence in English...XD This person is Donaldo a security guard in the Kasugai gardens. I pranked him and he still believes it.
I was at the Kasugai gardens, trying to picture the fishes. I stepped on the paving stone (where you are not supposed to: I didn’t know at this moment). He came and said something to me. First time, I ...
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., Kelowna | Motelfrom $49