Cadboro Bay Bed and Breakfast
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... Miles. Tracey Arm to Juneau = 38 N. Miles. Juneau to Skagway = 97 N. Miles. Skagway to Victoria = 892 N. Miles. Victoria to Seattle = 78 N. Miles. The following section is extracts from the Captain's ships log. Sunday 24 August 2014 Seattle Departed from Wharf at 1603 , various courses were set for channel travel with Pilot, who departed the ship at 1957, we proceeded through the outer channel of "Juan de Fuca Strait" heading N.W. Across the North ...
... Tour. As you remember we are fond of hop-on hop-off buses but this one is a bus that has been adapted to into the water and become a boat. The tour was approx 90 minutes with about 1/2 the time as a boat. Very interesting as we spent some spent some of the time in Victoria Harbour, not as good as ours, but they have a lot odf small seaplanes landing and taking off.
Had dinner at the Bengal Resturant part of the hotel. very swish complete with leather chairs (actually ...
... gets off", she kindly said. Of course it wasn't there, but there was a jacket down the back on the other side. "Is that yours?" she asked hopefully.
Finally a girl arrived back at the plane door with my bag in hand. Her dad had carried it off, and wasn't game to bring it back himself. Everything seemed to be inside, so off we ran for customs and baggage collection. Being early on a Saturday morning here, the queues were really short, unlike Sydney (see ...
From Nanaimo I took the Greyhound bus down to Victoria, a relatively short trip. Even shorter when you fall asleep.
The weather was wonderful and warm, I already enjoyed just walking in the streets of this city. I quickly learned from all the tourists, swarming around with name tags around their necks like school children, that Victoria is a major harbor for cruise ships. They come from Seattle, they go to Alaska etc etc.
... and lights were very impressive. When we got home Brando was all amped up and wanted to blow up our pumpkin with fireworks. We were keen as!! He made two bombs, the first nearly blew his hand off and pop our eardrums but didn't blow the pumpkin up. The second was better, didn't injure us but only put a little black mark on the pumpkin. We had the creepy neighbor come out wondering what the noise was, it was hard to deny it with all the smoke hanging around. Fun ...