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... I was G.F. He said he heard my voice when we walked in the door, a lovely meal too.
After Tea 2130 we 5 enjoyed some time listening to some nice music and even did a little bit of people watching as well, stayed there till 2330 then turned in for a sleep in our cabins.
Weather; Cold day with strong winds from the north, 2 meter swell, rain in A.M. Fined up a fair bit this afternoon,
Temp; 16 or 17 ?
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... water taxi around the harbour (incl in bus ticket) and joined the bus at another stop.
Hopped off at Craigdarroch Castle set high above the city of Victoria, Excellent and you fellas would love all the woodwork in it. Just have to be a coal baron a few years back to get something like this.
Next stop was Oak Bay, the people here believe they are more English than the ...
... the other passing famous landmarks such as 'The Empress' Fairmont Hotel and the Parliamentary Buildings.
After admiring the bay and watching all the boats come in and out of the harbor we went off in search of a restaurant for dinner.
At 9pm we found a bench looking over the harbor to watch the sunset. Once the sun has gone down all 3,333 lights on the Parliamentary Buildings light up. A spectacular sight!
By this ...
... br> I've decided that now is the time to start packing. I know it's a wee bit early, but there's just so much planning that has to go into this! It's considered disrespectful for women to show their shoulders, midriffs, and legs in Tanzania, so I've had to buy quite a few new things to wear while I'm there. I also need to be careful to avoid wearing clothing that will allow mosquitoes to eat me alive ('cause, you know........ malaria!) I've also needed to buy scrubs, lab ...
... 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 ...