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Travel Blogs from Whistler
this is the cosy little loft where I am sleeping. this is the view I am waking up to, it is just so beautiful.
Chris went off to work this morning so Cailin took me on the bus to Whistler Village. It is a 10 minute bus ride from Creekside.
We went to the tourist centre and picked up some brochures on local activities, and then wandered around the shops and art galleries. I have managed to find 2 chocolate ...
... and others.
Some amusing moments to be had with the GoPro as Steve can control it, and view its feed, from his Iphone so Amy has had to be wary as to what she did and where she went when wearing the GoPro! Haha.
In the two weeks Amy & Steve have been here they have spent more days on the mountain than either Jenny and I have, in over a month of having our ski passes! I don’t know if this is a damning statistic for Jenny & I or a testament to ...
... in 21 Grams in case you have seen that film. The Q&A was ok although I can see why the lady is an actor, she does better when the words are provided to her as opposed to thinking them up herself! Haha.
The other film we saw with our free tickets (well free but we volunteered for them) was Best Man Down, starring Justin Long. This was another REALLY good film. Sad, funny and inspiring with some impressive acting and actors. I would ...
... to her house.
Before we headed off to our new accommodation we had some time to explore the area around the HI Hostel a little more. A popular local walk is to the Whistler Train Wreck. Decades ago a freight train was travelling not far from the Function Junction area of Whistler when it approached a corner too fast. As a result seven of the carriages tipped off the track, down a steep embankment and came to rest inches from the edge of ...
... sourced from Napa. The mechanical units simply were failing. Skip, Tristan, and I drove into Boise to get a windshield tour of the city, meet Skips friend and artist, Tony, and pick up the parts. After lunch at a distillery in town, we headed to Napa and purchased the $65 pump. The second new fuel pump of our tour. We met Bonnie at the river in horseshoe Bend where we played in the rapids for a few hours. In one of the curls, a person on a Boogie board can jump in and surf forever. ...
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