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  1. 1. Canada Trip By Samara
  2. 2. Contents Five famous Canadians Flights *Car hire *Accompanying *Accommodation *Activities *Cruise back to NZ The End *Traditional dish *20 items you need in Canada *Whistler map *Traditional clothes *5 phrases you need in Canada *Climate in Canada *Canadian currency *Letter to Summer
  3. 3. Flights to Vancouver Contents AirNewZealand Auckland to Vancouver Depart Economy class Thur 5 Dec D - 7.15am A - 3.10am Complimentary meals and drinks 4 checkin bags 23kg 4 cabin bags 7kg on demand entertainment Total - $3,830
  4. 4. Car hire 6 day car hire Suzuki Swift 4 doors with full tank Total $167 Contents
  5. 5. I’m taking Contents Debbie (37) John (40) Samara(12) Amali (9)
  6. 6. Contents Accommodation Carleton Hotel 6 nights at $1,537 5 Dec - 11 Dec 2 bed room suit Room Facilities ski to door Mountain view flat screen tv Dvd player Heating Spa bath Free toiletries buffet breakfast, dinner
  7. 7. Activities and Food Contents Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed *Arrive by rented car at hotel $98 *Have dinner at Bavaria Restaurant $167 *Ski all day *Ski all day $327.50 $327.50 *have dinner *Room service at the hotel $Free $ Free *Go to Whistler village $150 *Dinner at hotel $Free *Pack up and *Ski all day *Ski all day leave for the $327.50 $327.50 docks *Room service *Room service *Take some of $Free $Free the food from the hotel Total $265 Total $327.50 Total $327.50 Total $400 Total $327.50 Total $327.50 Total $1625
  8. 8. Cruise back to NZ Departure Port 1. Vancouver, British Columbia 17:00 Vancouver, British Columbia 2. Seattle 3. At sea 4. At sea 5. At sea 6. At sea 7. At sea 8. Lahaina 8:00 - 17:00 9. Nawiliwili Kauai 8:00 - 17:00 10. Honolulu 8:00 - 23:00 11. Kona 9:00 - 17:00 12. At sea *Internet access 13. At sea 14. At sea * 100% cotton bathTowels 15. At sea *Shampoo, conditioner 16. At sea 17. Pago Pago *Breakfast and dinner included 18. At sea *Complimentary espresso and 19. At sea 20. Levuka 8:00 - 23:59 cappuccino 21. Suva 8:00 - 17:00 *Welcome champagne 22. At sea 23. Luganville 8:00 - 17:00 24. Port Vila 8:00 - 16:00 25. Ile Des Pins12:00 - 20:00 26. Noumea 8:00 - 18:00 27. At sea 28. At sea 29. Bay of Islands 8:00 - 17:00 30. Tauranga 8:00 - 20:00 31. Auckland, New Zealand Total $13,066 Destination New Zealand Two state rooms Contents
  9. 9. Famous Canadians/extra activity 1 Contents Carly Rae Jepsen — Singer Avril Lavigne - Singer Justin Bieber — Singer Calum Worthy — Tv actor Jim Carrey — Movie actor
  10. 10. Canadian dish / extra activity 2 Canadian Bacon with Maple Glaze Ingredients Contents •½ cup cider vinegar •¾ cups maple syrup •1 Tablespoon brown sugar •1 pound (approximately) Canadian bacon Procedure 1.Preheat oven to 300°F (150°C). 2.Combine vinegar, maple syrup, and brown sugar in a bowl. Set aside. 3.Slice Canadian bacon about ½-inch thick. Arrange the slices in a casserole or baking dish, and spoon the syrup mixture over the slices. 4.Bake for 30 minutes. Serve hot or at room temperature. (To serve as a snack, cut slices into bite-sized pieces and serve with toothpicks.) Serves 6 for lunch or dinner, or 15 to 20 as a snack. Western Canadians enjoy the products of the large ranches and farms in that part of the country. Barbecued food, beef, and corn dishes, such as Sweet Corn Pancakes, are popular. Berries such as blueberries and saskatoon berries, are popular accompaniments to pancakes, waffles, and are often made into syrups, jams and preserves.
  11. 11. 20 items you need to Canada 1. sleeping clothes 2.underwear/bras 3.socks 4.hair brush 5.toothpaste and toothbrush 6.deodorant 7.skis and boots, bag 8.skis x3 9.mobile phone and charger 10.passport, visa and airline ticket 11.drivers license 12.wallet, credit card & cash 13.Jackets 14. Togs 15. Prescription medications 16. Cool clothes 17.Warm clothes 18. Ski jackets 19. Ski pants 20. Shoes Contents
  12. 12. Vancouver map Contents D=Whistler rosort and spa C=Pan Pasific mountainside hotel A=Cultural center F=Whistler water park E=Fairmount Whistler resort G=pinnacle hotel Whistler B=Tourism center I=Tantalus Resort Lodge H=Holiday Inn Whistler Village Centre
  13. 13. Canadian dress Contents Traditional dress in Canada has long been based on the need to maintain safety from the cold. Though today's average Canadian dresses like any other western culture individual, this has not always been the case. The native cultures often wore animal skins to remain warm. Later, once they were able to grow cotton, this became an important tool for remaining warm. Much of the fancy clothing from the 17th and 18th centuries were styled in British or French styles. Gowns, lavishly trimmed, and male waistcoats were popular. Most people could not afford this and worn simple clothing, often in layers.
  14. 14. 5 phrases that you need in Canada Contents Hello/Good morning  – Bonjour Good evening – Bonsoir Yes – Oui No – Non Thank you – Merci
  15. 15. Climate in Whistler Contents In December the average diurnal temperature range/ variation is 5.3 °C (9.5 °F). The weather in December is very slightly soggy with sleet, rain or snow more often than not. Around 178.5mm (7in) of fluid is laid down across an average of 21 days.
  16. 16. 25 Dol lars Contents Canadian Currency My design of the Canadian 25 dollars
  17. 17. Letter to Summer Warkworth 24 Southgate Rd New Zealand 14th December Contents Dear Summer I’ve really miss you since I’ve been in Canada. I have been skiing as much as I can and have been to Whistler village to get you a present. As I’m writing this I am driving to the docks for my crusie back to New Zealand. The cruise is going to be so much fun. I’m going to try and swim every day for the whole cruise. I have heard about your trip so I decided to tell you about mine. I am going to have to talk to you when we get home because I won’t receive any of your letters when I’m on the ship. From your BFF Samara
  18. 18. Thank you for watching Total $20,000 • Made by Samara Shore

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