Fossil Bay Resort

Address: 11033 West Coast Road, Sooke, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9Z 1G9, Canada | Campground
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This campground, located on 11033 West Coast Road, Sooke, is near Sheringham Point Lighthouse.
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Travel Blogs from Sooke

September Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 20, 2014

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... the end of the beach there's a small stream of water flowing out from the forest. As you follow that stream it eventually leads to a waterfall hidden within a cave that is covered in emerald green moss. It truly is a spectacular view and thankfully despite all of the people on the beach we had a good fifteen minutes in the cave to ourselves. All of us took photos and waded through the fresh water, which was quite chilly but that didn't stop me from standing under the waterfall! ...

DUBLIN

A travel blog entry by aljoleitch on Aug 04, 2014

The Norseman. 28E Essex Street, Dublin +353-1-6715135. 1Twin Room. (Free wifi). 436 Euro (taxes included). Check in 3:30 pm out 11am Res no. 8046699167152 €436 Norseman turned out to be an old pub so the pleasant girl that worked the bar found us a Guest House - Eliza Lodge just near the pub. Nice room overlooking the Liffey Rive with a glass door opening on to a narrow balcony ..sorry of Parisian. ...

Destination 0 – Canada, Tanya's Adventures

A travel blog entry by t-dot on Oct 20, 2013

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... mountains in the background reflected perfectly and because it was so early there was no one else around to ruin the peacefulness. The next stop was Athabasca Falls which run into a narrow canyon. The glacial melt water around here is beautiful, it's all a nice light blue. Next was Sunwapta Falls, similar to Athabasca Falls, but the canyon was much deeper. After that I headed 100km down the Icefield Parkway to the Columbia Icefield and ...

Checking out Victoria

A travel blog entry by pbauer on Aug 27, 2013

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... one of the mini harbor ferries for a harbor tour. On this tour, we saw seaplanes take off, large yachts, floating water homes, a fisherman's wharf ( had good banana fudge ice cream here ), a RV campground right by the harbor with great view, many marinas and seals who kept popping their heads up as we cruised across the harbor. They were checking us out! One of the most interesting thing ...

Victoria...

A travel blog entry by rorox on Aug 15, 2013

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... of local island beers so Ro was in heaven for a few more hours that day. We had planned to attend the pub crawl or even do our own with my parents but nothing could top our day and we wanted it to end on a high (plus my parents were tuckered out too from endless walking) so we headed back to the hostel and gradually got ourselves ready for bed. Victoria was as beautiful as everyone had described and despite the muggy and rainy weather, we would have to say that our stay here was ...