Okanagan Seasons Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Sooo my vision of Kelowna was this small town with a couple of shops and a little quirky ... So when the greyhound pulled up at a huge garage in the car dealers district I was a little shocked. We hopped in a taxi (only because it was the only way out of the estate) and travelled ten mins down the highway to our hostel - Kelowna International... Walking through the door we passed through ...
... roads, lined with pine trees and rocky outcrops we made our way to the Okanagan Valley famous for its fruit and increasingly for it’s wine. So it seemed only right that we spent the afternoon doing a winery trail.
First up was one of the older wineries in the area called Gray Monk Estate, a whopping 42 years old...I know by European standards that would be a young upstart, but here in BC thats pretty old. We got to taste 5 of their wines, ...
... 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 ...
Snowboarding everyday, getting more and more confident. Working more not and getting tips. Busy period for work because of the lead up to Christmas. Went down to Kelowna to get my Samsung tablet with a Russian dude Marcel and Chris. On the way home Marcel picked up 3 guys from Wagga. Lauchlan Jackman knew Elle and Steve because he played for east Wagga. Small world! The boys came for a ...
... which is always a good sign. Well, we devoured several types of sushi including a dynamite roll, california roll and scallop sushi. We also had a small chicken stir fry, edamame beans, a miso soup and of course gyoza. We were well and truely full and satisfied when we rolled ourselves out of there. We decided to walk the remainder of the promenade to prevent the onset of our pending food coma. As we walked back towards the Lake we were left breathless at the sight of the sun ...