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... at the ferry terminal. Thanks to Soon for the bracelets she bought us as a gift!
The ferry ride back was a bit cooler than the ride over and the rocking of the boat was much more prominent despite it being relatively calm on the water. I think this lead to a bit of motion sickness as I spent the rest of the night recuperating. Some of it was probably exhaustion as well, but either way a good night sleep left me feeling better and ready for tomorrow's activities.
... half the way then the sun and blue skies broke through. Had lunch at a wonderful Asian Buffet in Port Angeles in the plaza at the south end of town where JoAnn and Big Lots is -- if you're ever over that way we would recommend it. For $8.99 a person it included the usual Chinese options but also a good sushi selection and even a Mongolian grill area.
We had reserved for the Coho 5:20pm ...
... Bikram Yoga practitioners and so look for available studios near where we stay. We will even book accommodation around outer desire to practice Bikram Yoga.
Hudson Hot Yoga is situated in the Hudson building near the Victoria Public Markets.
We had a good time practicing there. The studio is well equipped and clean and the teachers were all very well trained and helpful.
Victoria Public Markets
These are small markets ...
... cool to look at. After we had chilled for a while we began making our way back to Victoria. We stopped along the way near Port Alberni at a fish ladder used by spawning salmon. Here they had a viewing area and monitor so you could see the massive salmon using the ladder. We hung out here a while before heading off. As we were leaving we saw a house completely decked out in Halloween decorations, ...
... around Downtown: Downtown Victoria is a cute little area
full of coffee shops and a variety of restaurants. It is a very clean city and
if you are there during spring, summer or fall you will see flower baskets
hanging from the poles. It is a small
town but certainly has enough to keep you occupied. During the warmer months
people line up for fish ‘n’ chips at the harbor.
- Go rock climbing at the boulders gym near ...