Marketa's Bed and Breakfast
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... it's the Provincial Capital of British Columbia so it's a pretty big with lots of Government Buildings. It also has some very nice suburbs and houses, Ian takes us for a scenic drive through the University that both him and Chloe went as well as through a rich suburb. There are some very nice houses with some very well kept gardens, with the exception that they don't have any flowers in them. Why? Because deer freely roam the neighbourhood and will ...
... And on that note, it was back to our homestay where we had a wonderful evening in the company of our hosts, Julia & Joe, and had a delicious barbeque on their decking all washed down with a few ice-cold beers.
What a brilliant welcome we had received on Vancouver Island.
Cousin Roger & Danielle spoiled us with their warm hospitality, ...
... in the van before they sold it to us. It was a bit clunky, and smelt pretty bad, but we fell in love with it. Dave drove it back to Kerri's, and did really well being his first time driving on the right hand side of the road.
It was so awesome seeing the Cooke's again. It had been about 9 years we think, and the kids had been really young. It was quite strange to discover how young Kerri and Aaron were when they were living in New Zealand and Kerri ...
... at home... Well, we still somehow were not that late at the airport and the line for the United Airline was long, so we were calming down, waiting for being checked in. And then the confusion began fully: our travel agent was not sure why she could not check us through and thought maybe flying over Beijing required a visa that we did not have (of course, as we never heard about that). She took quite a time to figure ...
... to double! Anyway Victoria Island is very quaint. Our taxi driver gave us a bit of a tour on the way to the hotel and pointed out some good shopping...apparently 4 heavy suitcases doesn't constitute that we have done enough shopping already!! It was off to the Butchart Gardens for the afternoon. The gardens were once privately owned and are huge with different themed gardens throughout. The variety of plants and trees was extensive ...