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... was good, but this would have to be the best I've ever seen - amazing. Lots of little shops around the perimeter added to the ambiance - antiques, collectables, French inspired cafes. We enjoyed our time here.
Early night intended ready for our 8am ferry departure to Vancouver Island and time with Greg and Shar who we met last year on the second part of our European trip. A rough trip over to the island has been ...
Today we awoke to us sailing into the Kushiro Harbour. Actually John and I both woke up at around 5.30am as it was light at that time in the morning. The night before we had placed an order to have breakfast in our room. It was nice not to have to head upstairs with everyone, nice to have it in our room. I went onto deck 3 to take photos when we docked of the skyline of Kushiro it was a pity the weather was overcast but it appears to be a nice little place. We ...
... other locals.
Soon enough the doors opened and I immersed Seb in his first
Roller Derby game. The world of Roller Derby is an interesting one, both for
its participants and its audience. I don’t think many people would consider it
mainstream, but it has its own league in the states, and plenty of people to
make up several local teams. I love so many things about it: the often hilarious
stage names the players take, the fact that it’s ...
... a serious lack of restaurants by Westlake Center, except PF Changs and a mall food court. Seattle's neighborhoods are nice but downtown is gritty and has a large homeless population. We settled on Changs and had great service and a nice lunch.
We boarded our Duckboat, armed with our quacker kazoos for a 90 min tour around the city, including converting to a boat and driving right into ...
... high of 88. The lowest we had was 52 which was when we were driving through the redwoods. Consequently we missed the ferry we had intended taking so we wandered around killing time before having an early lunch. Now Liz had done some research regarding eateries and found that the number one place to eat was called Tats and what it serves is sandwiches. So we headed there around 11. Just as well because 20 minutes later the queue was 20 yards long and ...