Dayspring Farm Bed & Breakfast
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... to be dog friendly; stopping at parks where dogs can hike, camping outside with us and, on a few occasions, in a dog friendly hotel.
We are just in the fine-tuning stage right now of our plans but are scheduled to leave the Island on July 28th. Without giving too many secrets away, we have planned some amazing hikes, meeting with friends and stops for delicious Canadian food along the way.
Stay tuned for more.....
25 years old and I was having a quarter life crisis and did not know what path to take next in life?? So thanks to some encouragement from some amazing friends I decided to sell everything I own except my snowboard and longboard of course. Within 2 weeks I was boarding a plane to Bangkok with no game plan and no expectations. Bye Bye my lovely Canadian ...
... walk to get to the grocery store.
At the grocery store, we realized that food is quite expensive in Victoria. We bought some salad, a whole chicken, bread, eggs, sushi, tomatoes and some other things. Mom and I realized that to live in Victoria, the food would be quite expensive to live on.
... s Wharf at James Bay: A wharf full of fish ‘n’ chip’s, seafood
and Mexican food. Whale watching and kayaking are available from here also.
Another small, but cute area full of little colorful houseboats. Tourists visit
the wharf to eat and to see the sea lions being fed.
- Thrift shopping: a fun way to spend little to no money on second hand or vintage goods. Value village on Store St, The Patch on Yates St, WIN ...
... times to discreetly . . . get some pictures of her during this operation . . . but most of the shots are of her behind sticking out of this box!!! Then, I manage to get one of her on her knees contemplating the next step in the operation . . . and one of her using a Leatherman-type tool to cut the box. Then, another lady . . . who is also a bike person . . . won’t take no for an answer in her offers of help . . . and starts helping her rip packing tape . . . ...