The bridge was sturdy but moved a lot when people were on it. I knew it wouldn't break, but it swayed. By the end my nerves were shot. I was in fear-stress from the chairlift and suspension bridge and was mentally exhausted [Truly, I was completely burnt out by the end of this. Between the lack of food, constant fear mode and the long hike... I was very much spent]. The park itself had a tree-to-tree bridge system like in Robin Hood (more heights) and a bunch of nature-y things [I walked the whole tree bridge system, but I did it really quick]. It would have been fun, but I had just come from Jasper and Grouse mountain and had enough of nature. In the end I faced my fears twice that day and I headed back before my transfer from Grouse Mountain expired.
|That little house is the cable car chalet|
I got back, showered and dressed in time for 7pm. My breakfast was at 8:30am, and since then I had an apple and a few granola bars. [Fuji apple!]
I went to Tsunami-sushi on recommendation from the Slovenia guy. the sushi was very, very good. It was a rotating sushi place, where you grab the sushi you want. They add up your plates and charge you based on what price each colour plate represented. I had eaten at a place like this in Japan. I made sure to eat the hand pressed sushi and tried the different fish filets. [I could have, and probably should have had a bit more, but it was still a good meal of protein and rice, so I was satisfied]
When I got back I saw a new roomate who was also french. He was from Montreal and looking for a place to teach french for a few months. He's quiet, but seems like a nice guy. We went out to see Machete, which was a ridiculous movie, entertaining though.
I had forgot to mention the Kiwi roomate, who has been travelling the world since May! [He did a bunch of Europe and Asia by this time] Too intense. I told him about Japadog and he said it was great [He tried it that day]. I'll have to try it tomorrow. It's 1:30am now, so I should sleep.