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... a lot of little things – so we hope the rainbow stays.
Another warm evening
Even the plan was pizza and movie – who wants to be inside when the evenings are so warm… so we will have camping pizza in the fresh air. We still have to learn to use the stove better since after a very crispy part we had a nearly to soft ...
... around Nanaimo a small town north of Victoria but great wifi. Next couple of days in Vancouver before we head across the Rockies to Banff.
hopefully more free wifi to keep you informed. Sorry to Jillian for not being able to keep the story flowing on a more regular basis but the internet on ship is ridiculously expensive.
Cheers from the Travelling Wallabies oot and aboot in Canada
On Sunday we (Audrey, Chloe, Marloes and I) went to Mary, Audrey's sister, all the way in Nanaimo, because it was her birthday. On our way I watched out the window to see if I could spot some nice birds. Here's what I observed and saw:
Green trees, pink trees, red trees, yellow trees, brown trees, orange trees, trees with bird nests in them, trees with only tops, trees with only bottoms, big trees, small trees, large trees, even ...
I have been home now for a few days, awakened to find the ground covered in fresh snow, and breathed the fresh cold air of the Pacific coast. I have tried to write a final post for this blog but it has been most difficult to sort out my thoughts and feelings. I wake during the night dreaming about Honduras, I am constantly thinking about Honduras, perhaps I am not yet here. I had experiences of fear, but I remind myself that my sense of danger was exaggerated because for me it was ...
... freshened up and headed into the city for lunch. The pub we chose was the Old City Pub which looked the best bet in a city which we initially beleived offered very little. Turns out these pub meals consisting of cheese burger, penne with chicken and chorizo, quesedillas and a lamb burger were hastily devoured. These were washed down by Granville Island local brew and some new cider called Growers. We were suprisingly satisfied. Following lunch and on full stomachs we headed back to ...