Heathergate House B&B
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This morning we are leaving on the Washington State Ferry. This is a very popular trip for walk ons and commercial vehicles. We had reservations but we had to be staged. A guy at the park told Ed to arrive early so that he could get a front row seat and be able to see from the RV window. So we get up super early. They stage how ever they wanted no matter the arrival time! Susan and I went back to bed until time to leave, which was delayed due to ...
... his flight. Her pressed the flight assistant to check him trough and off he went... without us!!!!
What a strange feeling to see him taking off, no time to say bye to Gabriela and Alissa who were sitting in another corner trying to calm the situation.
Thanks to the Air Canada crew we got rerouted with our flights through Hong Kok with an earlier arrival than Oliver - just before Midnight in Bangkok.
... the views were amazing. Dotted with residences along their shore lines the islands are heavily forested. We spotted a sea otter but alas no whales on this trip. The 90min crossing felt like a pleasure cruise not a ferry ride from A to B. A real bonus.
We chose to take in Butchart gardens on our way to down town Victoria as it was on our way. On one of the hottest days of the year it still didn't ...
... had an intimate dinner for two at the restaurant on our final night aboard the Silver Shadow. Jini was our server in the restaurant and was so sweet, even checking with me to make sure the Indian dish I had ordered wasn't too spicy. I told her that it was indeed spicy and that my mouth was on fire, but that was a good thing. I like spicy food and I like that Silversea isn't afraid to offer some spicy, flavorful options.
I know food ...
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The early displays in particular were really enjoyable. There were a number showing special historical events, especially battles. There was one showing a devastated town in Germany in 1945 as well as a Pioneer villages and some Civil War scenes. The highlight was a huge display representing the Trans Canada railway. It had displays representing important centres from Vancouver through the Hope area and on to Toronto and then ...