Belle Vue Bed and Breakfast
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... pair of hands to help for on Thursdays if I feel well enough. There are some teachers in the staff room at lunch time telling us they want to have us as well. We are '' under the pans '', that's a Dutch expression for which I can't think of an English one right now. It means we have a house, a home, a family, not only at Audrey's, but also at school.
We watched Harry Potter, which the girls kept spoiling because I hadn't seen all of them ...
... The man that closed a gate behind us, told us we could leave our luggage somewhere, we simply had to go to the chief to ask this person for help. No clue where we could find this person. So we went to the lift, and went up to the 7th floor (we had to wait first, because there were other people in it). Luckily, two men with orange and yellow jackets which said 'BC Ferries' on the back (or something like it), ...
... of the buildings look they have been taken straight from a wild west film
Unfortunately the heavens opened so we decided to head back to the hostel for a cuppa ( we found yorkshire tea bags yey)! Luckily it blew over quickly! The weather has been very strange here we have had boiling sunny days then grey drizzle to full on rain storms but its muggy and not cold at all! When the sky's turned blue again we drove out to comox! Not a big ...
... not desirable and we stumbled through the arrivals in Cairns at 5.30 pm very glad to be home. However that will fade and we will be left with so many happy memories of interesting and beautiful places we visited and the pleasure of seeing friends and family again.
I hope you have enjoyed sharing some of our experiences and we look forward to catching up with you all again soon. Love from Ian and Jenny
The resulting collection was astonishing, comprising costumes, coppers and instruments. Further donations had been made, of jewellery, blankets, totems and boxes, which sat alongside gifts of more modern artworks. The collection largely avoided glass cases. The 'Namgis First Nation felt that the things had been hidden away and locked up for too long and needed to be part of life again. So ...