Two Eagles Lodge
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... Joggers/Intermediate group where I was put first, but in the end I guess it was better that I was in the beginners' group. I think I had stretched a muscle in my groin (inside of my upper leg) so it ached a little. The day after was worse though, because I have been using different muscles to lessen the pain of that minor injury. This way I ended up having an aching buttock muscle, hell yeah.
Luckily the next ...
... when we walked inside the school, so we had to tell the other teachers we wouldn't be in their room that day. I did some science/chemistry and math (fractions) which was pretty awesome to refresh my own skills with. So the next day, I was going to help out Mrs Seymour with a project with the whole class. They are recording a video clip and their dance choreography needs some work done and I might be able to help there. It didn't ...
... each region within as it really varies quite a bit. We have a pretty good route that we will be following, mostly in the higher regions where squitos are not such an issue. Here is the list of shots etc that are required for Colombia, Venezeula, Equador, Peru and Bolivia
Dukoral ( oral 1 week before leaving ) don't leave ...
... places which is great and lots of fun... After a few hours here we then started heading towards Parksville which is on the inside passage side of the island about 120 Km from Victoria the capital. Vancouver Island is about 500km long and approx 100 Km wide with the geography still being hills, mountains, state parks and stunning scenery.. What I hadn't worked out when we got off the ferry was I was looking at our paper map pretty well wrong way round ...
We got to sleep in! We left at 9am this morning and headed out. Our destination was Comox Bay. It was about an 8 hour cruise so it seemed so much shorter than the previous day. We were headed for the Strait of Georgia. Notorious, I was informed, for its rough current and brutal waves. It was only about 3 knots against us unlike the first day in Deception Pass. While Deception Pass was the trickiest part of the trip thus far it didn't last long. We had ...