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On the ferry with my phone plugged in right now. Got about 6 hours of sleep today from 6 am - 12 pm haha. The ferry's being pretty peaceful and it's been a nice little journey from home but it's already tiring me out. I can't sleep until 7 am Victoria time because that's when it'll be 10 pm in Taiwan. I think I'll be able to push through the first ...
... the water. We watched the orcas circle discovery island hunting the vulnerble harbour seals which bobbed up and down in the nearby waters. We managed to get some beautiful pictures of the orcas as they swam across the lighthouse with the sun setting in the background. No one had noticed and to be honest no one really cared as we were all mesmerised by the orca, but the rain had stopped making the experience even more perfect. Time was running out and we were all about ...
Canada reminds me a lot of NZ, they are both living in the shadows of their more prominent neighbour but because of this they seem a little more laid back and relaxed. They've also got a more obvious British heritage. Canada also has less crazies than the US but does have a lot of homeless people. Or at least people pretending to be. I think some of them just do it for the craic. I woke up this morning in time for breakfast. Finally! It wasn't worth it. A couple of pieces of ...
... the song with the following lyrics: Ha ha ha haaaaaaaaah Ha ha ha haaaaaaaaah Da da da da da dummmmmmmmm I have no idea, but the show did have some great acrobats, strong men, contortionists, and a lot of randomly awkward dances. After that, the crew sang an incredibly cheesy goodbye number, but then they brought the crew of the ship on stage and we got to applaud for them. After that excitement, I ditched Grandpa in the area where all of the easy listening music ...
A Yellowstone Park Poem
Bison with his tongue out. Yellowstone canyon.
Steaming mountain. Bubbling creek.
Tall waterfall. Thick snow.
Slippery road. Green algae in a stream.
Mud pots. Fierce fumarole. Continuous geyser.
Waiting for Old faithful. Colorful springs. Limestone deposits.
Field of elk. Get out the binoculars.
Visitor centers. Park ranger. Bear or Big cat tracks.