In fact, when I approached Kelowna, I was stunned by the scenery on the side of the road. Next to it were the large river (actually Okanagan Lake, but too big and too long) and mountains. It was so spectacular, but unfortunately it was not reflected in time and stopped. It was already noon when I arrived at Kelowna, and it turned out that Kelowna is really big. Parking in the city is not convenient and there is no time to stroll around. I looked at Google Maps, first found a gas station and filled it up, and then I saw a park by the lake. So I found a paid parking lot next to the park, and I needed to operate on the machine to pay the parking fee. I remembered it was four Canadian dollars an hour (expensive!). Calculating that it is not halfway through the schedule, I don’t have time to stay for two hours, so I can only take a rest and add some strength. Kelowna actually divides the lake into two and a half. The opposite side of the lake is also Kelowna, which is many times larger than the previous town of Hope.