Day 4 and 5 were pretty low-key, but we did have the opportunity to eat at a couple of amazing places that we loved!
The middle of our vacation was slightly more low-key and mainly involved days at the beach, shopping, visiting Oroville, and eating at places we don’t have in Calgary.
That being said, to be honest I don’t have a lot of pictures of this aspect of our trip as I was busy enjoying the moment and I mainly posted my favourite pictures in my first and second posts of this trip. So, if you want more detail and recent pictures then check those out 😊
Have you ever wanted to hold a baby kangaroo or wallaby? What about hold a sugar glider? Pet a capybara? Well, do I have a place for you! In my last post I talked about my first couple of days in Penticton. I decided to skip ahead to my last day since I was super excited to tell you about this amazing place!
I recently imported all of my blog content (from Travel Pod) regarding my 2014 Reading Break Trip to California! I thought I would let you all know so you could check them out. I had to complete this for an assignment in my Communications Class, but I am very glad I did so I have a detailed description of my holiday.
Read the posts here:
Just thought I’d do a quick post for those of you ‘following’ my blog.
First of all, thanks for following my blog! Once school is out for the semester (April 21st is my last exam….hooray!) I will try to post more about past adventures and new ones I hope to take this summer! I am open to any recommendations you may have for exploring within the southern Alberta area 🙂
I recently added another section in my photography portion of my set call “Chasing Waterfalls” (you can find it here). One of my favourite things to look at in nature is Waterfalls. I love how each is unique in its own way. I could just stare at them all day. I hope to find more waterfalls this summer and I will try to post other waterfalls I have been to, as I get more time. I just thought I would keep everyone in the loop.
“A strong man and a waterfall always channel their own path” -Author Unknown