Heathergate House B&B
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... I have been given, which includes:
- Let the Camino speak to you. Don't overdue it - in speed or distance.
- Check your bags at the airport, the things you need may not be able to go through security.
- Take off your shoes at every rest stop and massage your feet.
- Make sure you have a corkscrew.
- Take earplugs if you plan on sleeping in the hostels.
- The wine ...
... n veg including raw carrots, broccoli and courgette maybe because we were at sea starving or the garlic dip was good but it tasted good!!, Sarah enjoyed the veg Harrison ham cheese and grapes Stuart n Steph tucked in to the candied salmon... Steph even let Darren have a turn sailing his own boat. The sail went up and down a few time we seen some beautiful islands some ferry boats, loads of boys indicating crab/lobster nets. We were surprised by the ...
... went over to the IMAX theatre and saw a film on Sharks, which was very informative then ventured back into town for dinner.
We had another early start the next morning as we were travelling across by ferry to Seattle. This meant we were crossing the border back into USA and we would have to go through customs and immigration again.
... town, we started off in the main street looking at different buildings etc and as we got to China town there was a lot of yelling and carry on I went and had a look and it was an Anti Fracking Rally so went back to take some more photo's, we wandered down and around little side alleys that made up china town and then worked our way down to the harbour front and back into town for some lunch we decided after looking in the main shopping centre food court that is was full ...
... there too, so we did the trip together.
Once there, most of us had bookings in various hostels, but the German tourist whose-name-I-can't-remember and me we didn't have anything. Then, with my usual luck regarding accomodation, the choices were: hostel #1, the best one, full; hostel #2 (where I stayed on my first trip, the only one then I believe) not as good and full; and hostel #3 where they had said by email that they still had room.