Villa Marco Polo Inn
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... times. It has a lot of more British-style buildings and is punctuated heavily by flowers - bright beds of them on every street corner and adorning many of the buildings. Certainly a big colour splash that makes the place seem very vibrant. In fact, the mood in the whole city is very light-hearted - everyone seems to be having a laugh and a joke (especially the water cab drivers) - perhaps it's because they're trying to curry favour with the ...
... Island--2 nights with Jeff & Michael;
5) The Blaseckie Family 6-way birthday celebration & pierogie dinner;
6) The Butchart Gardens,
7) Getting to know Olivia (3), Arwin (10), and Jadyn (13);
8) Finally meeting Tim & Jami (face to face);
9) Dinner with Ken & Donna @ their lovely home;
... waving me on... running as fast as I could to jump, literally on the ferry as it pulled away from the dock. The very nice Captain- asked if I had my passport YES! Ticket? NO.. Okay cash will work to get a ticket and I am on my way to Victoria Island for the day! Yeah It was worth it- so happy that I made it. Of course I took lots and lots of photos... like sea shells- each one better than the last. I don't mean to bore anyone- but you can fast forward ...
... and shops. We wandered uptown and enjoyed the atmosphere of the town before calling it a day.
The next morning was drizzly with strong winds making it a bit miserable outdoors so it was a good excuse for a sleep-in. We then wandered out and did a bit more exploring before going for a drive further around the coast and then back ...
... s Wharf at James Bay: A wharf full of fish ‘n’ chip’s, seafood
and Mexican food. Whale watching and kayaking are available from here also.
Another small, but cute area full of little colorful houseboats. Tourists visit
the wharf to eat and to see the sea lions being fed.
- Thrift shopping: a fun way to spend little to no money on second hand or vintage goods. Value village on Store St, The Patch on Yates St, WIN ...