The Yellow House Victoria Bed and Breakfast
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... the site. The church was later replaced by a larger, finer one and monasteries established nearby.
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Awake at 5:30 am and one of the first in Vista 18 for breakfast. 360 degree Panoramic views of Victoria stunning. Matthew ordered the Mount Baker Breakfast including pancakes which set him up for the day! With the sun already shining, it was perfect taking an early morning stroll into Victoria before the crowds and heat. The Empress and BC Legislature Building framed by colourful hanging baskets and flower beds ...
... is they will only ship to the US. I had them send it to the hotel we had booked. With a bit more time, I would have sent it to a friend in the US and had them send it up to me, since it is nice to have the plan when driving down the coast too.
In case it isn't obvious, you need an unlocked phone to use a different SIM card. I unlocked my old iphone 4 phone from Bell for $50. You can pay less to have it unlocked ...
... reeled in a smaller 8-10 lb one. It was great fun.
Temple arranged for us to have the smaller one for dinner at the Fisherman's Wharf back in Victoria. He filleted it for us and we dropped it off at the restaurant as well as the larger one. He got to have that one as it was too big for us. We think he would have got paid for it by the restaurant but we don't mind as he was good on the trip.
We took the dinky little yellow water ...
... was doing a full day bus tour to Victoria which is the main city on Vancouver Island. It is also the capital of British Columbia, the Canadian provence I was currently spending my time in. Vancouver Island is a lot bigger than I gave it credit for. The island is 460km long and 80km wide at its widest point, and it has a population of about 760,000 so it's not exactly Great Barrier. I also found out it is the largest Pacific Island east of New Zealand. After ...