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Travel Blogs from Victoria
We had a relaxing morning at home and began carving our NZ pumpkin. We had heaps of fun cutting the top out of it and digging all the guts out. Sarah was the lucky one who got to separated the seeds from all the gunk so we could roast them later. The pumpkin turned out really well, I used a template to mark out the silver fern and kiwi on the pumpkin then cut it out using the cutting ...
... for an hour into American waters and were spoilt by many pods of killer whales in perfect conditions, hot sunshine, still waters and perfect visibility. We came back to Victoria for the evening to watch the lights come on the legislative building and then walked back to our accommodation. Another packed but brilliant day ...
... since Fiji. Everyone here is either jobbing or heading (back) to uni (this is a uni town but it doesn't start till next month). So it's not the most sociable place despite putting on acoustic acts and open mic nights in the cramped bar downstairs. It makes conversations more boring and sometimes more forced. And sometimes I just can't be bothered to go through the whole process to met people for just a night. Lone Wolf aye. On this note I headed back to ...
We spent the night in Port Hardy . . . we were only in our room for about 8 hours . . . PH = a musty little port town . . . that has been largely forgotten! I'll write more later.
We slept a little . . . but when you get in late and know you have to be up sort of early (we were supposed to be at the bus station by 8:45 a.m.) . . . you just don't sleep all that well.
I had been to Port Hardy before . . . 30 years ago . . . and some things have changed. ...
... Port Alberni.
Some things are worth just trying once!
Clothes shopping here is such a pleasure – and sometimes in
such simple ways. Three hooks in the
changing room - “Love it. No thanks.
Maybe”. Why, oh why, can’t we have that
The next choice – great world class museum showing the
history of the region or an old fashioned bit of whimsy? Whimsy in the form of
the “miniatures museum” won ...