Hammond Bay Oceanside Bed & Breakfast
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... book – good thing we have internet and Nanaimo has a library: so we pick up a lot of new books – we could stay another week here… And since we are luxury camping Paul would like to have pizza: so hello superstore and we are pizza buying – so how come we also end up with a cake???
Loudon Lake Park on the Long Lake
Now it ...
... swells were big and the ship was doing a lot of rocking and rolling although I felt a little woozy in the tummy didn't feel too bad Karen spent most of the day lying down as did the majority of passengers. The captain decided it was too rough to travel back via inside passage so we ended up following the coast all the way back to Victoria BC which is just around the bay form Seattle.
... the subject of some discussion.
But we were barely there and they piled us into their little Mercedes and drove us down some narrow lanes in the beautiful countryside to an old-English style pub and shouted us dinner. After that there was a bit of wine back at their place and some solid sleeping to be done.
Sunday would bring more of Vancouver Island's beauty to us...
... universe is just keeping things interesting for us on this tour and making sure we are paying attention. If stuff like this didn’t happen, our stories wouldn’t be near as good ;)
No thanks to the GPS we managed to find our accommodation destination – The Blueberry Ridge Guesthouse in Merville, BC. We will be enjoying this place in the forest for the next two nights.
... and damp rainforest. The ground was moss covered and the air cool. On arrival at the visitors centre we gave a donation to a Wildlife Fund for entry and enjoyed the informative displays they had on local hawks, eagles, fish and other animals. The centre recommended a short stroll along a riverbed to Nugget Falls. The hike was short but pretty and begun with us heading through a large stormwater tunnel under the highway. A further 1km walking and there it was. A very thin but ...