Kennedy House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... 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 barbecue the next day.
Saturday was a bit of a blur for me, as I had family and friends left, right and centre wanting to chat and hear all about the past seven months. Incidentally, if it seems like I didn't get to talk to anyone I'm really sorry! There was so much going on, and the whole day felt like I was in a million places at once. We enjoyed some great food prepared by my parents, had some laughs and even put on the infamous croquet and pong ...
... Island Symphony at the Port Theatre. We had such an amazing time and not a single dull moment. The awesome things there is that you can be in the city and just close by a huge adventure waiting for you. On the 7th of July we took a plane to ...
... buttercream filling and chocolate top. We even tried Nanaimo bar ice cream - delicious! We stayed at a large campsite just outside of the city, by a river with dappled sunlight through the trees of our pitch. The highlight of our time in Nanaimo was a trip to Newcastle Island Provincial Park. Initially chosen for the English name, the island soon revealed itself to be a lovely day trip. I had already read about the island at the local museum ...
... close to them but if they approach us then its ok - you just switch off the engine and let them move away when they're ready. So we were sitting there and they turned towards us and started heading right at us. They got to about 3 metres away and then dove down and one of them swam right UNDER OUR BOAT! It was amazing, we saw what he was going to do and could lean over and see him through the water going right underneath us. That moment alone was worth the previous 2hrs of windburn ...