Willow Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... woar ik totempoowels kan veine. Munnen chiropractor had noamelik gezeejt da ik die hier kon veine en moes goan bekijke.
Ge ziet wel duidelik verschil trouwes, tussen al die leerlinge. Vinnut toch nog wellun bietje gek da ze allemol noar dezellufde schoowl kunne as ze van den basisschoowl afkomme, want der is niks gin aparte nievoos doar (wel vakke).
Trouwes welunne leuke klas ok, die groep zeuve. As ge nun pòr van die keinder tegekomt op de gààng ...
... meet Daphne next week. I hope so! Nancy We were on a ferry and we got off and got in a taxi. We drove through the hills and kept driving to here in the rental car. And we made it to the stop and there were two kittens and one dog there, and it was really fun. We spent one night here, but we're going to spend a lot of days and nights here. I like the view and the tide is out right now. So that means we can explore along the rocks. But on some parts it is ...
... produce was evident. The pastry chef went to town on the desserts, but the mains were just as creative - Mashed Potato Martinis (OMG...they were drool-worthy!!) and Truffle infused Twice Baked Potatoes, Lobster Ravioli...you get the picture!! Add in a few bottles of bubbly and you have three very happy, very full, ladies!! The other meals here were great too...it's not just the buffet. Again, great ...
... we found the room was not made up so after some debate they changed the sheets etc. In the morning it was off on a whale watching trip while the others went exploring. The tour was great and saw a pod of Orca's and much of the Victoria coast line.
Victoria is a beautiful place with all the older style houses and gardens and you could easily live ...
... 10 for the ride back to the guesthouse so I bade my time (eating sushi and noodles) until the next ferry arrived.
Well this time I had two cars drive straight past me, which was embarrassinng, but third time lucky I got picked up by a guy called Floyd who lives on Cortes- the island just opposite Quadra. Hitchhiking is a great way to meet the locals, I've decided, but I'm not sure I'd do it anywhere less friendly (and safe) than Quadra. Photos to come.