Seabird House

Address: 1 Midwood Road, Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9B 1L4, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1 Midwood Road, Victoria, is near Discover the Past Ghost Tours, Fisgard Lighthouse, Fort Rodd Hill, and Classic Car Tours.
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Working, relaxing and having a good time :)

A travel blog entry by amanda.gwillim on Sep 10, 2014

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... a base coat and then do the main coat it ended up taking at least 6 days of full on painting. Some of the days mum and I decided we wanted to have little adventures so she took me to a few cute little parks which I loved and the. On the weekend when frank had time off we headed to Parksville, stopping along the way we had a beautiful sunny day so had some great photos lakeside, we headed to some falls called "Englishman waterfalls!" They where stunning the river was lower than ...

Victorian fun times

A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Aug 16, 2014

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... six-beer taster selection - six small glasses, one each of their six draught beers, all made on site. IPA, raspberry ale, wheat beer, rye beer, a stout and one other I can't remember. Mostly delicious (the raspberry was not to either of our tastes), they didn't last too long so, as the restorative effects of the snooze had been counteracted by the snooze-inducing effects of the booze, we cruised back to the hotel for bed. Off to Tofino tomorrow - can't wait!!

Ride a tsunami

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Jun 22, 2014

1 comment, 33 photos

On the three hour ferry from Seattle to Vancouver Island I not only crossed the border between the USA and Canada but also rode the waves of an earthquake. A military man I shared a table with looked down at his iphone and said we were sailing an earthquake at 3.2 on the Richter scale. I must admit it was a little bumpy over the Salish Sea.

This sedate tsunami was a precursor to my first week in calm, quaint and cool Victoria, the capital of British Columbia and biggest city ...

Training Day 1, Yay Employed!!

A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Oct 03, 2013

I dropped Sarah off for training in the morning so I could have the car for job hunting. I spent the morning cleaning the car out and trying to air it out. It has gotten a little damp in there lately from all the condensation. I finished that just after lunch and continued the job hunt. I found a laborers position at a manufacturing place so I thought I would take a drive and give them my CV personally. The ...

Life in Victoria.

A travel blog entry by clboyce on Aug 17, 2013

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... Halloween. Canadians get together, cook a turkey and drink a lot of alcohol. My friends and I decided to make a Turrducken ( a duck inside a chicken inside a turkey). Although a little burnt, it was fun and still edible. It was a great excuse to have a party and dress up to enjoy the long weekend.

-Halloween: Also my first real Halloween experience, as it's not celebrated quite as much as in Canada and the States. I was lucky enough to have two weekends ...

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