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The Way of St James is one of three important medieval Christian pilgrimage routes. One leads to the tomb of St Peter in Rome, another to the Sepulchre of Christ in Jerusalem and the third to the remains of St James in Santiago de Compostella in northwestern Spain. Camino is Spanish for "the way" or "the road" or "the walk." Santiago is Spanish for "St James."
It is believed that the apostle James spent a number of ...
... in the distance. Tanya and I were on the wrong side of the boat and just missed this sighting. Lori was moved to tears at the sight and Tanya and I were bummed at our first small dose of bad luck. Hopefully, there would be many more sightings of killer whales in the future.
We landed on the island and were back in the vans speeding towards Victoria while hashing out our walkie-talkie handles. I was leaning towards "Dr. Bigfoot." After a 30 minute ...
... Ball ferry terminali s complicated and slow. Clear skies & warm weather....our fates our sealed. We get a smile, a nod and often a response that includes a hint of jealousy when we answer the questions, "Where are you headed?" or "How long will you be gone?" whether asked by family, friends, strangers or even American border guards. Next stop....Port Townsend, ...
... the harbour and took some nice night shots of the city lights, then back to the Hotel and bed.
Today was a bit different the fog was not as thick so we decided to wait a bit till it cleared and head off into the city for a walk around the shopping and China town section of the city. This China town was interesting as it had little alleys off the main roads, one of them was called Fan tan alley probably named after the card game and all the little gaming houses ...
... Tudor, it’s a strange mix but they are all very nice! From here we walked down to clover point looking over the Pacific ocean. It turned out to be a glorious day of sunshine for the official first day of summer, although a little cool, and the ocean was calm painting a gorgeous coastal picture! The path from clover point hugged the coast until we reached Beacon Hill park where we headed back inland towards downtown Victoria!
We had to make a stop ...