Stafford House B&B

123 Stafford Avenue, Courtenay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9N7E8, Canada | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Courtenay

Oh the weather outside is frightful

A travel blog entry by milouleeijen


... Rob got the chance to hang out with us). But it wasn't the type of bowling I am used to. There were only 5 pins, each with a different number of points to it if you knocked them over. And then strikes and spares also had their own points. And then the balls... They were very small, I don't know what to compare them with. No holes in them. Nice colours though. The light blue one was my favourite.
We started playing and Rob went ahead of me. I came ...


A travel blog entry by milouleeijen


Hello people,

I told you about Randy Frank before, the native guy who was going to carve some feathers for each class, while I went to Mrs Mahabir's class to watch him do it. The story behind the feathers is pretty outrageous. Apparently, 6 or 7 years ago there were some natives who shot tons of eagles in British Columbia, particularly on this island. They only did this to sell some of the parts of the eagle, like their ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by ki_jane

... and pleasant company was most appreciated. Afterwards, we checked in, and Clyde and I did a bit of shopping while the girls relaxed in the room. We managed to get in some swimming time with the girls, except M4 didn't enjoy herself. The girls wrote their 'daily entries' and hit the hay. Tomorrow, we will drive south to Nanaimo, hop a ferry to the mainland and carry on to Abbotsford for the ...

Van Isle fun

A travel blog entry by benandlindsey


... Canada's tallest tree, the Carmanah Giant, at 96m, lives here along the lower reaches of Carmanah Creek.

Sally is a tree hugger

These three enmorous Sitka spruce have grown together over the centuries they've been alive. They have thus named them the ...

Day 9: 101km, Parksville-Horne Lake (Total:8088)

A travel blog entry by hermamma


... grove of trees (don't try this in the dark, there were plenty of times when Kevin wasn't really sure where the road was because the trees were ALL a fair distance apart, and had no scrub brush between any of them, even on the parts that aren't road!)

Our campsite was one of a group of three that were isolated (a bit) from the rest of the lakeside sites. Our site ...


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