Travel Blogs from Vancouver, Canada

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Silly Tofino Bus people......, Victoria, Canada travel blog

Silly Tofino Bus people......

A travel blog entry by sktoledo

Good morning! My self and Apanie have arrived in victoria after a little ddrama on the bus as the tofino bus people at beginning didnt tell up that we were on the express and didnt wirte it on our tickets therefore we  carried on all the way to ...

Salmon, Speedboats and a Wicked Witch!, Port Alberni, Canada travel blog

Salmon, Speedboats and a Wicked Witch!

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness


... ;     We were looking forward to seeing Tofino as it is one of the top destinations on Vancouver Island, boasting a mile long-beach, hot springs and an abundance of nature in the Pacific Rim National Park. We had ...

A lovely day in Vancouver central, Vancouver, Canada travel blog

A lovely day in Vancouver central

A travel blog entry by janmalc


... we have done to death really. So a slightly earlier night tonight than last night. We are now scheduled to catch the ferry to Vancouver Island tomorrow morning - 8.30 am sailing - so we have to be checked out and on our way from here by 7.00 am. We ...

Sailing to Vancouver, Vancouver, Canada travel blog

Sailing to Vancouver

A travel blog entry by christine.stone


Ship's log:- 12.30am Sailing through Hecate strait 12.00nn Moderate to rough seas, cloudy skies; 13 degrees C 3.00pm Canadian Pilots board at Pine Island 6.00pm Transiting Race Passage 10.15pm Passing Seymour Narrows at slack tide Spent a ...

china, Vancouver, Canada travel blog


A travel blog entry by jorden

Hello there again my avid readers! How is everyone? I apologize for the tardiness since my last email. Where do I begin? China is land unlike any other. My last email began with a desription of Yangshuo, a small city in the northeastern ...

2004 Alaskan Cruise, Ucluelet, Canada travel blog

2004 Alaskan Cruise

A travel blog entry by terry.skinner


... and going through Canada Customs and Immigration -- STRESS! After an hour layover in Minneapolis, we caught our second flight to Vancouver -- crowded and hot -- airlines charge waaaay too much for 3 hours of torture. In Vancouver -- again the lines -- ...

Day 3 Vancouver, Vancouver, Canada travel blog

Day 3 Vancouver

A travel blog entry by jas20j


... coach also took us around Stanley Park a 1,000 acre forest park at the edge of the central business district of Vancouver. Being summer there were lots of bike riders and people enjoying the many shady picnic areas. The coach then dropped ...

Chemainus to Whistler, Chemainus, Canada travel blog

Chemainus to Whistler

A travel blog entry by crafterno1


This morning it was cases out the door early and have breakfast then hit the road for Whistler. The weather has been stunning, so warm and sunny. We drove our first leg to Chemainus, a logging town, bought some snickerdoodles, not the ones we are used ...

CANADA: Enfin te voila!!!, Vancouver, Canada travel blog

CANADA: Enfin te voila!!!

A travel blog entry by amoilamerique


... (sorry for the orthograph) and la belle miss H. It's crazy the number of people I've met here in a few days. Guess that the Vancouver way of living is the main reason, cause every person I'm going to talk to is so open minded. So many nationalities as ...

Mom's 5-week visit, Vancouver, Canada travel blog

Mom's 5-week visit

A travel blog entry by msting


Really ... I'm just uploading photos for folks to see.  It did take me quite a while to edit the lot of over 200 photos to the ones that you see here.  Please consider this a photo summary.  Should time or my mood permits, I could break ...

Cruise to Victoria, Victoria, Canada travel blog

Cruise to Victoria

A travel blog entry by secrex


We sailed through the night after leaving Ketchikan and most of the day before we arrived in Victoria.  This was our last day on the ship.  It was spent mostly at sea as we didn't arrive in Victoria until 7 pm.  We spent the ...

Saanich Fair, Central Saanich, Canada travel blog

Saanich Fair

A travel blog entry by jamesinjapan


We went to the Saanich Fair with Gelnn and Heidi and Dalton. I and Marisa went on a lot of ...

Hobbling on, Victoria, Canada travel blog

Hobbling on

A travel blog entry by burnsn


An early start saw us drive through the middle of Vancouver Island, stopping for coffee and then our final picnic having to eat up everything ..such a chore. We had a short stop in Duncan where the local natives have created several totem poles dotted ...

Victoria...what an adventure, Victoria, Canada travel blog

Victoria...what an adventure

A travel blog entry by roamingpirate


... I can return some of their amazing hospitality. My flights were uneventful though long...Munich to Paris, Paris to Amsterdam, Amsterdam to Vancouver. I watched movies and TV and they fed us lots so I was actually pretty happy on the flights. When we flew ...

Last weekend before departure for Brisbane, Vancouver, Canada travel blog

Last weekend before departure for Brisbane

A travel blog entry by annchou

Last weekend before departure for Brisbane Thought I planned my itinerary already, I am still checking better deal for 3 or 3.5 day red center, great ocean road,and flight, so that I can meet my date to Sydney on Nov ...

Murals, Actors and Orcas!!!, Chemainus, Canada travel blog

Murals, Actors and Orcas!!!

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness


... do when we got back to terra firma, have a celebratory beer in the local pub of course!  What a highlight of Vancouver Island, seeing Orcas in their natural habitat and displaying all their natural behaviours right in front of our very eyes!  ...

To the furthest Western point, Tofino, Canada travel blog

To the furthest Western point

A travel blog entry by robsworld


So the next journey to Tofino on Vancouver Island began, another amazing place, the first thing that knocks you out is the scenery, especially all the small islands between Vancouver and Van' Island... On the first day the bus took us to a mountain ...

There and Back Again, Vancouver, Canada travel blog

There and Back Again

A travel blog entry by paulandmel


... are all more akin then different.  Our struggles are the same (though most are harder than the ones we face here in Canada) and our hopes and desires are indistinguishable.  Pause; reach out past your own cries of "me first and last"; see ...

Surfing in Tofino!!, Tofino, Vancouver Island, Canada travel blog

Surfing in Tofino!!

A travel blog entry by jodowns


Well! After being really gutted about leaving Whistler, I got back into the whole travelling thing and landed in Tofino, and oh my god what a perfect place to go for a pick me up! The coast is really spread out and the nice beaches are further out of the ...

Lunchtime drinking..., Victoria, Canada travel blog

Lunchtime drinking...

A travel blog entry by rich


... Duncan Fletcher's). I spent my last night at the hostel talking to an Australian girl about her six month travel plans for Canada (lucky her!), and watching a Nicholas Cage movie on TV that was punctuated with dozens of commercial breaks, with each one ...

Island style, Victoria, Canada travel blog

Island style

A travel blog entry by brusa


Well I've just returned to my base in good old North Vancouver after spending the week exploring what Vancouver Island had to offer. I left North Van early last Sunday with my pack on my back and next to now agenda for the week. After two and a half ...

Discovering Vancouver, Vancouver, Canada travel blog

Discovering Vancouver

A travel blog entry by cazza_macca


... Grind.  A lot of locals haven't done it so that's something I can take away from the day!! My last day in Vancouver was Canada Day (1st July).  I had intentionally stayed in Vancouver to be there on this day as I was interested to ...

The Moresby Loop, Pender Island, Canada travel blog

The Moresby Loop

A travel blog entry by coachfrick


... there was a bit of chop in the area we met. Lots of good photos of the light marker and the boundary marker.  There is a similar marker on Turn Point, and each serves as a reference point for the Canada-USA border. The whole trip was 21.4 kilometers. ...

Vancouver Whitecaps and the World Cup of Soccer, Vancouver, Canada travel blog

Vancouver Whitecaps and the World Cup of Soccer

A travel blog entry by lobo


... a 12 team league playing a 28 game schedule among the following teams: Rochester Rhinos Portland Timbers Vancouver Whitecaps Miami FC Montreal Impact Puerto Rico Islanders Seattle Sounders (clever name!) Charleston Battery Atlanta ...

The first leg of the journey, Vancouver, Canada travel blog

The first leg of the journey

A travel blog entry by ksuter

... one of the short hops, just to Vancouver.  I have done this trip several times, so it was completely unmemorable.  In Vancouver though we were in the international area, which I have seldom been in.  We had about a 3 hour layover, and ...

Stanley Park, Vancouver, Canada travel blog

Stanley Park

A travel blog entry by zzmatt


... idea that by 4pm I would have been bitten by a racoon. Hell, I didn't even know that they had them in Canada, let alone contemplate that I would be driving through the wilderness, only 1km north of the business district, where these slavering beasts ...

Blathering about myself... what's not to love?, Vancouver, Canada travel blog

Blathering about myself... what's not to love?

A travel blog entry by christina_lam

Yay, I set up a blog! Last day at work so now back to ...

Musk ox, totem poles, petroglyphs, wooden boats, Chemainus, Canada travel blog

Musk ox, totem poles, petroglyphs, wooden boats

A travel blog entry by kupdegra


... at the musk ox, and the opportunity to feel the weight of a small section of Musk Ox tusk,  before our walk thru Vancouver's coastal areas. This area has always been my favorite of the Museum. The displays are so life like that if you angle you ...

Dwarfed by the World's Largest Burl!, Port McNeill, Canada travel blog

Dwarfed by the World's Largest Burl!

A travel blog entry by vagrant_reality


I meet a pretty cool guy on the bus to McNeill. He works as a disability-persons carer and was looking after a man with a mental condition of some kind, I think it was autism. He directs me towards the town's biggest (literally) attraction - the World's ...

Exchange program, Vancouver, Canada travel blog

Exchange program

A travel blog entry by clari.moura


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