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... the coast line. Visited Mile 0, the start (or end) of the trans-Canada highway and home to a Terry Fox memorial, stopped at the tallest totem pole in the world at 127' 7" carved from one tree, saw beautiful coastal scenery and nice clean and clear water. Saw otters and seals at Oak Bay Marina and deer in the streets. A great way to spend an afternoon
Wednesday 27/5 - Today we thought we would go to ...
Pilgrimage is a spiritual tradition found in the history of every major religion. All pilgrimages include a journey and a desire to experience a sense of awe. Modern day pilgrimages differ in many ways from those of centuries ago, but still involve changing the normal routine of life and challenging oneself - while seeking new insights and a broadening of perspectives.
The Way of St James is one of three ...
... down towards the government buildings to see them lit up at night. Kind of reminded me of Main Street Disney World. Beautiful sight! Also, saw where the ferry station was, Blackball Ferry. Inquired as to the procedure for boarding and customs. Why get there 90 minutes early??? Guess pre-boarding and preliminary customs. Anyway, walked along the marina area and back to the hotel. Pleasant evening, great food, great company! On to Portland on Monday... or today as it really is! ...
... boat thing, taking tea in Murchie's Tea House, and visiting Munro Books which it turns out was started by Alice Munro and her husband. The hippo people told us (thankfully after we had completed the water portion of the tour) that the vehicle we were travelling in was an ex school bus with floatation devices added. It sounded very much like something built by Clarkson, Hammond and May but it thankfully did not sink and I'm still here to blog, behind as I ...
... along the way..........YEAH!!!
Monday started with breakfast in the Bengal Louge, very big indian feel and where the aristocracy would hang out!!
Butchart Gardens,,,,,,,,,,,,AMAZING. A coliodscope of colour, beautifully manicured lawns, trees that are pruned to perfection.
The afternoon was spent on a whale watching boat, a bit chilly but well worth the trip. The guys on the boat said it was the best siting they have had because it was transiant whales and ...