Day 24

Kelowna Travel Blog

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    Now sitting at the table, leafing through the magazines and brochures to see what Canada (British Columbia and Alberta) have to offer us lovely chicas! Bring it on, Canada and make us drool with astounding, countless sightings! Oy!! How many more options can you give us?! Stop with those options! Picking one is never enough!!

    Catching up on our travel blogs, choosing places to explore, having ideas to fill our day, we're sitting in the lounge of the Same Sun.

    Now that the blogs is being caught up, allow us to fill you in with the happening of our days. Once we departed the Sam Sun Backpackers Lodge, we wheeled to the Hiawatha RV and Family Campground which was in the middle of the city. How often would one come across RV/Camping parks in the middle of the cities? Only the Canadians! Having the time of the day and being given the vast opportunities to experience organic goodies, Summerhill Winery is something we would recommend! Wanna sample wines? Can't decide which to purchase? Go to Summerhill and sample 5 for 5 buckaroos!

    Care to join us for a meal? Oh, before forgetting to mention, there are many many fruit stands and/or farms to peek into! Another meal at Rawdezvous Cafe was sampled and enjoyed. Thanks to the sweet gal working at the Rawdezvous Cafe, she recommended to camp at a remote place where only FEW have gone before and still go. It is not on the map and it is not dared to reveal its secret spot. All we can tell is this... it is under the British Columbia Recreational Park, Taite Park. How to get there and so forth, that is for you to find out! *wink* She, the Cafe Goddess, also recommended to check out this Hot Springs which we will do in couple of days. Oh, how sweet is that?!

    Have you ever heard or seen orange cauliflower? Come to Canada! Its ORGANIC too! These lovely chickas snacked on this divine orange cauliflower while strolling through downtown of this fashionable city of Kelwona. Pictures were taken, windows were peeked through, and giggles filled the air. Trying on dresses/outfits that didn't mold our bodies well, dreaming dreams, and enjoying the life of the river was a good ending of the day as the sun crept down behind the mountains. Wanna have some Rotten Grapes? I kid you not! There is a restaurant called, “Rotten Grapes” and it was lively! Alynn had some organic greens salad while BS's eyes rolled and tongue bounced with flavors.

    The city closed early for the night (it may not be early for some small towners but it is early for those city lifers in Los Angeles and New York City) and the gate to the campground, where we were staying for the night, closes at midnight. Only 25 minutes were able to be spared and it was south from where we were! Whew, the gate closed 10 minutes after our arrival!

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