Maple View Bed & Breakfast
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... dinner at a lovely restaurant down by the marina and had a lovely evening. After dinner we decided to have a walk around the beautifully lit parliament building and the museum and this was followed by a horse drawn cart ride around town. From bobby the horse, Harrison loved the ride and wanted bobby the horse to go faster. It was a lovely way to see the town snuggled under the blanket we were told some of the history ...
... for the food and hospitality.
Everyone seems to be sick around these days. Chloe, Abby and Marloes all have or had some weird type of fever or something. I really hope I won't get it, but I actually feel more tired because it's around me and my body is trying to keep it away from me I guess. Many kids in the school are or have been sick as well. It's a good thing I have been working out lately and that I don't sleep in the same bed as Marloes for the ...
... very beautiful views and lots of cars. We still drive the Pontiac together but things are getting better and probably by the time we come back to Perth we will drive on the wrong side of the road.
We were half way to Nanaimo and at Duncan you will never guess where we had a pit stop for a coffee break a place that we only go to only to get an icecream and that is MACDONALD'S $5.00 for two Lattes. People here drive ...
... water in creeks or waterfalls by the side of the road & joked it must've been the "heatwave" last week melting all of the snow. At the time we thought that it was just nice pleasant 20-odd degree heat but now it turns out that it really was a heatwave for this time of year. It was on the news that record snow melts due to "last weeks' heatwave" as well as rainfall have led to flood warnings being issued in certain places. Lol we should stop joking... Monday 13.05.13: Now I ...
... Nothing like visiting a place to make events you have read about become more meaningful. And on a less academic note, Bordeaux's annual horticultural fair and flea market takes place during our stay! Sadly my fluency in French won't be much more advanced than the last time we were there, in spite of taking French language CD's out of the library (oh, you have to listen to them?), a little coaching from friend Pam and watching some French movies. But ...