Wing Creek Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... drive to look for bears again. You are literally in the middle of nowhere and we both loved it. Think we are gonna struggle going back to office jobs when we get home as this made us both want to work in the outdoors and do something completely different. Our cabin looked out over the river and rapids and the view and sound of the water when you were drifting off to sleep was amazing. Julius and his 2 guides (one of whom was a hot 24 year old ...
... British Columbia. Canada is massive! Also discovered that the Canadians drive as slowly as the Americans. We have a night in a hotel before we get picked up tomorrow morning and taken to Grizzly Bear Ranch for 3 nights. The hotel was already included as part of the package and we didn't know what to expect but it's gorgeous and ...
... The next morning we got up grabbed our Starbucks coffee and set off back to Vancouver, refreshed and content! On Monday, knowing we were flying later that evening, we decided to check out Gastown. Gastown is the oldest part of Vancouver, and was named after Jack Deighton - known as "Gassy" Jack, not called "Gassy" due to any flatulence issues, but rather because of his talkative nature and his penchant for storytelling. Gassy Jack was a Yorkshire seaman, ...
... only chance is to yell, scream and gesticulate wildly so the bear thinks you will be too much trouble to kill and therefore lose interest. It was really interesting to hear someone speak with such passion about the Grizzlies. After the bear instruction and safety talk, we all piled into two 4WD's and Julius and one of his guides, sweet Lily drove all 8 of us to the ranch. We arrived at the Ranch and all went into Julius and Kristen's Cabin Cottage. We all sat around their table, ...
... area. This hot spring goes back into the mountain via a cave and you walk through the cave it is so hot you find it hard to breathe. They have a freezing cold plunge pool then the warmer pool then the incredibly hot cave spring.
In the pool we met two couples from Brisbane and sat chatting about our travels. We left the hot spring and went to the resort restaurant for dinner. Fantastic food ...