Safari Inn

Address: 1651 Powick Road, Kelowna, British Columbia, V1X 4L1, Canada | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Kelowna


A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Aug 12, 2014

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... then loomed ahead of us, much bigger than we'd expected. It’s a city of over 100,000 people, so is not insubstantial, and comprises an odd mix of industry, mining and viticulture! You wouldn’t think the vines would grow so well with all that industrial output, but they do!

We were super-early to be checking in to our campsite, but we thought we’d at least locate it so that we knew where to come later. However, it was ...

Into the Sun - business class!

A travel blog entry by biancanada on Aug 07, 2014

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... whine menu and rare expensive liquors.
What a luxury experience. I did realize that after landing, when I had to wait in Toronto for a late plane and the horrible flight of 4 hourse in a plane full of 16 year old teenagers coming back from a class trip.

Luckily Scott got me from Calgary Airport and we could spend the next 6 hour wait sleeping in a hotel room, till we finally arrived in Kelowna on Friday morning.
What a day!

New Years fun, Big White

A travel blog entry by allanamue on Jan 06, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

Finally starting to settle at work, had my first day off in a couple weeks, kids are back in school and we have the mountain to ourselves again. Missed approx 3 days on the hill so far, very lucky we can snowboard everyday! For New Years we had a pretty big celebration. We had tea at the Bullwheel after work. Bree had her backpack full of cans and we headed up to Wolverine house for a good, old fashioned house party. C-bass ...


A travel blog entry by whitney_c4nada on Oct 01, 2013

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... it in too far!! It provided some amusement.

The tour was actually a really good way to see some of the countryside, the views were spectacular, and we realised our location at the Cove was very unique.

Homeward bound tomorrow. Looking forward to seeing our boys Great holiday; we will return someday.

Thanks to the Candian people for being so welcoming. Frontier World for organising such an amazing itinerary.


Beautiful Valleys

A travel blog entry by misslexie on Jun 17, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... you don’t want to leave,

While out on Lake Okanagan yesterday, we came across a large orange pontoon boat with very loud obnoxious music, and dancing that you could hear all over the lake. Wade and the guys were on the top level of our boat with us girls on the lower deck so we did not hear Wade explaining that the orange boat was occupied by The Hells Angels and that they come out on the boat every summer to raise some hell. There was a ...