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... but it seems a very jovial place.
It's not a big place, so exploring didn't take long, but it was very lively as there was a dragon-boat festival on that had brought in some extra crowds. We had a snoop around the harbour-side areas where all this was happening and then moved off just north of there to find some lunch. We'd been recommended to try a place called Canoe, but found the menu to be rather uninspiring and came back towards ...
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 ...
... time was moving on and that all the beaches were part of a National Park that we should have a pass to enter. The pass was not expensive if you were there for a day but ours was a short visit so we turned back. We then retraced the trip we had done yesterday, with a stop again in Port Alberni. We noticed the first police car we had seen for ages - then 2 more.
This time our stop was for a cache and coffee. The cache highlighted the risk to ...
... their bodies out of the water to get the fish. I took lots of pictures and videos of the seals.
After walking around Fisherman's Wharf once again - taking more pictures, Mom and I continued our walk along the water to Downtown Victoria and to the harbour.
While in downtown Victoria on Government Street, we stopped at a shop for dessert - Italian Ice Cream. After eating the Gelato at Butchart Gardens (and loving it), we wanted some more. :)
- Mt. Douglas: (Shelbourne St) After a sweaty hike up the mountain we reached the top. The view is incredible. The first time i went myself and 6 friends just sat at the viewpoint for a good hour or so just looking out at the mountain ranges of America and Canada. You can see Seattle, Washington and parts of Victoria from the top. Definitely worth seeing. It's beautiful. I did this hike a number of times and the view never ceased to amaze ...