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... We saw a random cafe owner feeding scrap fish to the Bald Eagles. So amazing. Even Kirsty was impressed by the birds. We went on to Torquine beach which had a little woodland walk down to it. It was great to see and it looked barely touched. On downloading the Tofino app we noticed that it was movie night at the local 'cinema' and tonight the film of choice was Gloria which was a Chilean film with subtitles about a ...
... which Jackie seems to have a real talent for. While we cannot moan about the weather it is a real shame that the rain is so heavy as it will deter us from visiting the city at night. We have all day here and do not have to be on the ship until 11pm.
After walking the town, which included China Town, we took many pictures. We finally went past the Victoria Parliament Buildings, which were beautiful and then onto the Royal British Columbian Museum. This is next to the ...
... except if you want to wake up 5am the next morning - and are frightened because you just failed at getting up early two days before.
However this time I made it, yet I didn't rised with the sunrise. Why? Because there was no sun to be seen - only grey in grey. Does this mean I should go back to bed, cancel my surfing and don't be tired on the bus? No way! After a quick breakfast and a Skype meeting with Indonesia (first time talking to my brother since he left for ...
... the sea. Strangford Lough, in Northern Ireland, is meant to have 365 islands, one for every day. I’m pretty sure this could give it a great run for its money.
We didn’t go whale watching yesterday, our trip was only inland. We plan whale watching later in the week. To see a huge grey whale from above though was amazing. Dan took us down and around to watch it for a few moments, seeing it rise and blow. So exciting!
On Monday, Steffie and I had a lazy start before driving into Vancouver to pick up Dave and Jack. We left the hotel at 10:30am and drove to the Greyhound station where the boys were waiting and loaded the car to capacity. From there we drove through Stanley Park and across Lions Gate Bridge to North Vancouver where we loaded up with fuel and groceries. Instead of getting onto Highway 99 to Whistler, we took the more scenic route along ...
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