The Yellow House Victoria Bed and Breakfast
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... am surprised they made it at all as John loves boats so much.
Janet's cousin, in Sooke, BC, is part of a collective that supplies organic produce and goods to many of the better restaurants in Victoria. Janet had the name of two; we choose "Rebar" for dinner simply because it is closest. The food was WONDERFUL! And they had several vegan choices so I was in heaven.
After dinner, we went our separate ways. Tomorrow John ...
... water cascading off it, before it submerges, almost in slow motion. We are advised that there are more humpbacks in this area this year than there usually are, they comes here from Spring to Autumn to feed on the herring that live in the straits, before heading south for the winter. This is good news for us, as we spot several more, all putting on a good show for us. Gordon announces that we need to move on, our time here is up. Once ...
... hell obviously, much to the disappointment of the boys.
The Legislative Assembly building is really impressive - you can tour if you like but we went for lunch (pulled pork, pork cheeks, cabbage, pickled courgette....yummm) and shopping. If you go back at night the building is lit up with lots of bulbs and look great although I do wonder about its eco-footprint. Once a greenie........
That was Victoria - 2 days is plenty. ...
... at victoria airport so I'm looking quite important as I type while flying. I'll have to figure out how to get victoria as the start point. As we approached San Franciso I was trying to spot either the Golden Gate Bridge or Alcatraz but I failed on both. I did notice though that we seemed to be having a race to the runway with another plane. It's a busy airport as I noticed planes taking off almost in unison, ...
Our Air Canada flight took off at 1020hrs which meant breakfast at the airport. I am not fond of these morning long haul flights since as you know they give you a meal then expect you to sleep. I am not used to going to sleep at just after midday but it is surprising what a couple of glasses of wine will do. It is about 14hrs flying to Vancouver. Leith and I were in the centre but we were separated by the centre console. Air Canada doesn't expect couples to ...