Dayspring Farm Bed & Breakfast
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... at the power of these big planes to get off the ground.
One more leg to go , from Tokyo to BKK. The guy beside me was going to Okinawa and the guy ahead of me said his wife was from Ubon ratchathani, where I started last years bike trip. It's just a quick hello today.
A couple of pics for you
one more leg to go from Tokyo to bkk.
I will update once there.
Finally arrived at our Hotel in Victoria.....wow looks just as elegant live as it did in photos. After a 14 hr flight from Sydney to Vancouver, another 1/2 hr flight from Vancouver to Victoria and a 40 min bus ride, we are ready for a shower and a beer (maybe not in that order ! )
Have our Welcome dinner tonight.
The start of the adventure. This morning we wandered through the world famous Butchart Gardens – ...
... pretty full bus. We then drove to Tsawwassen to get the 1pm ferry over to Swarz Bay on Vancouver Island before continuing to drive to Downtown Victoria.. Like I said, we left at 11am. We got to Downtown Victoria at about 3.30pm! Yes it was a long trip.
The weather wasn't the best when I arrived and I had to find my way to the hotel I was staying ...
... Helms Inn at nearly 10pm that night, I was too weary to be kept awake by lurid ghost stories, and slept the sleep of the well exercised. The following morning was our last day, so we both slept in, until we remembered Janis had an 11am hair appointment, then we got up and got moving! While she did that, I put on a load of washing, and relaxed and worked on the blog. After lunch we walked down and had a look at miniature world, part of The Empress complex. It's ...
... minutes. However, we all managed to get on the ferry that weaved around the many small islands in the sound towards BC. A nice sunny day, the wind was crisp and it was a great crossing. Happily back in Canada, we were able to turn our phones back on, with no more risk of expensive US roaming charges. Spending a nice evening in Victoria, we walked around the waterfront and had nice supper on ...