Cadboro Bay Bed and Breakfast
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... move out here! (There was one listed for sale...) The weather is so fabulous for much of the year, and the city is a gem of people-oriented living.
This delightful discovery was followed by a pleasant saunter through Victoria's Chinatown - which incidentally is the oldest Chinatown in Canada, and the second oldest in North America, after San Francisco's. It sprang up in 1858 after the discovery of gold in the Fraser ...
... delivery trucks, pedestrians, and bicycles. There is a restaurant, a shop (with really nice rain gear!), great scenery, comfortable seating. Not a bad way to travel.
Drove straight to Butchart Gardens which was fabulous. We decided, though, that the Dallas Arboretum is comparable. This garden was the grounds of a home, and is still owned by the Butchart family. After the home ...
... Canadian pleasure craft homed in on the floating matelot and the boys from the Coho had to get a shift on to prevent the Canadians from rescuing it first. "All hands" was interpreted pretty liberally and I found myself standing next to the lady who had just taken my money in the cafe though now she was sporting a nifty life jacket over her pinny. I asked her if this happened every day? "No, you're lucky, we only do it ...
Habari! ("Hello" in Swahili)
There are only 37 days left before I start this amazing adventure of a lifetime! I just spent the last three hours watching YouTube videos of past Gap Medics students on placements in Tanzania. I got to see where I'll be staying, who my advisors will be, which doctors I'll be shadowing, what kinds of animals I'll see on the safari, etc, etc. To say I'm excited would be quite the understatement! I know this trip is going to change my life. ...
... bad about all the sea weed but it was still very nice. We then drove to the Quisitis Point lookout and had a nice view out over the surrounding beaches. We then drove to Half Moon Bay to relax on the beach and eat chips. The sun was really nice a warm with a fresh breeze off the ocean. This was a really nice beach as well but instead of seaweed it had massive amounts of drift wood, huge pieces ...