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... exceptions, these will be “search and discover” ports. While she has been doing that I have been busy in my volunteer role as “keeper of the Cruise Critic Roll call Directory”. This voyage to Hawaii and the Marquesas has attracted a diverse group of seasoned and first time cruisers from all areas of this great country and Canada.
So, I invite you to come along with us as in a few days ...
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Thursday evening we were honored with a farewell dinner at
Chris and Stacie's with their children Mason and Taylor. Stacie prepared a sumptuous meal of Beef
Stroganoff, with herb roasted veggies and a fruit salad. After dinner we were treated
to a digital slide show of their recent road trip to Kansas. I have included a picture of their ...
... where we will be getting our Whale watching trip from on Friday then we got a bit lost on our return to the road but the scenery is great so never mind saw a deer on the road that had been run over and killed.Arrived in Port Angeles which isn't the prettiest of places but it's just going to be a base so we can explore the Olympic national park over the next few days.
Drove to the park visitor centre where we get maps and information on the best places to visit then ...
... It looks gracious without being pretentious. Walked few metres up the road to Craigdarroch Castle. Walk was through a rather wealthy neighbourhood with very flash houses. The equivalent of our Woolhara maybe. This "castle" really is a grand old house built early 1900's for a family who made their fortune from coal mines and railways. it is four storeys high made of stone with many stained glass windows on ground floor. (Similar to Ulverstone House, Jan.) lots of wood panelling would ...
... by . . . with only a couple of other people around, we thought it would be fairly empty. Well, we were wrong about that!!
Others showed up closer to departure time! The bus was sort of like an extended jittney that takes people to the rental car locations at major airports . . . it was nearly full . . . .
The lady driver was very friendly and checked all the tickets and took money from those who didn't have them . . . they provided a free bottle of ...