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Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Let the pictures do the talking

Once again, miss anonymous, this time with her hubby, took me to a wonderful vacation spot up in the mountains called Whistler, a ski resort during winter that extends until spring. A two-hour drive from West Vancouver, there are a lot of good views to see along the way. We first stopped at the famous Shannon Falls.

Shannon Falls entrance Posted by Picasa


Shannon Falls Posted by Picasa


Had a hard time finding a parking space. Anyway, here's a view of the parking lot.

View from Whistler Parking lot Posted by Picasa


The place is filled with people. I chanced upon a not so busy spots and clicked away. Whistler will be the venue for the next Winter Olympics. This early, plans are underway to make the event a success. We were greeted by a young woman into the Olympic Center.

Do all paths lead to the mountains? Posted by Picasa


Whistler Center Posted by Picasa

Information Center for the 2010 Winter Olympics Posted by Picasa


The two-hour drive is not bad considering the beautiful snow-capped mountains viewed from afar and the lushness of those nearby.

Anonymous' hubby discovering that a river runs through it.  Posted by Picasa


We passed by several ports along the way. There were people in their scuba diving gears getting ready for the big swim. Didn't find it appropriate to catch them on film, though.

Port Posted by Picasa

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12 Comments:

Blogger Alma da Terra said...

Sempre nos tocará saber algo novo, eternos aprendizes.....
moro no Brasil, bello Blog!!!
Abraço!

3:42 AM  
Blogger JMom said...

wow, royal treatment ka kay ms anonymous! You deserve it though ;-) Ang gaganda ng mga pinuntahan ninyo.

4:18 AM  
Blogger rolly said...

Cadi Muchos gracias. En engles por pabor. Hablo un poco espanol y no hablo/comprendo portuges. Boa vinda a meu blog.

Jmom Yes. Royal treatment talaga ginawa nila sakin. And I appreciate it very much. And yes, ang gaganda ng pinuntahan namin. Much more beautiful than pictures can show.

4:58 AM  
Blogger BatJay said...

galing ng vancouver. diyan ka na lang tumira - sama mo pamilya mo.

1:21 PM  
Blogger Poppycock said...

tito rols, ang gaganda naman ng pictures, nakakainggit! i hope you enjoy the rest of your vacation, take care :)

3:22 PM  
Blogger rolly said...

Batjay Mahirap na e. Mag-uumpisa na naman kami sa wala. Medyo matanda na kami ni misis e. Sana nung bata-bata pa kami.

mayamaya Thanks. I will and I am.

8:32 PM  
Anonymous Mickey said...

ang ganda naman jan! tagal pa ba ng uwi mo? wehehehehe.

sige intayin ka namin!!!

8:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mickey, sabi ko sa daddy mo papuntahin kayo dito for a visit tapos ako na bahala sa inyo. Sayang nga at hindi niya kasama ang mommy mo. Mas lalong masaya sana.

1:00 AM  
Anonymous bugsybee said...

Tito Rolly, kakainggit! I'm sure you are enjoying your vacation.

9:07 PM  
Blogger rolly said...

mickey ilang araw na lang at uuwi na ko. Magpakabait kayo dyan.

anonymous One of these days siguro. Who knows, diba? Then they'll get to know how good you and your family are as a host. Can't thank you enough for everything you've done for me while I am here.

bugsy Yes, I am.

4:46 AM  
Blogger VICKY said...

landscape looks breathtaking and cold. you are a very lucky boy!

12:10 AM  
Blogger Tanya said...

hey tito rolls! just wanted to drop by and say hi. :-p thanks for visiting my new site.. you can change the my link na. :-p hehehe! things are going great here.. hope that you'd be able to come to seattle.. i man after vancouver diba? dito naman. :-p hehehe! miss everyone!

3:17 AM  

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