Arbutus Cove Guesthouse
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... table. Sad that we are divided as a group to dine. We speak to the head of dining and seems that nothing can be done. All good next morning and we have been given a table of ten for dinner. No view, in the middle of the dining room, but that is OK. The main thing is to dine together as a group at night. We are tired so no going to shows ...
... Maols who murdered Ceallech (a 7th century Bishop of Connecht) and were hung at Ardmaree - the hill of executions. We had great weather. After the tour Alice and I shopped at Penny's. Later we visited the James Clarke collection of Irish historical papers....late 1800s. We went out for dinner at the Mt. Everest Restaurant ... Great food we had biryani and kormas and it was very authentic .. Like I had in ...
The "big city"... It has been over 18 years since I was last in Victoria and things have changed. I remember it being a very conservative government town. It is now a city of fusion between an older conservative generation being taken over by countless young hippies and rich heavy hitters looking for real estate investments. I spent my first day here testing my new walking shoes as I explored the city for 5 hours trying to get lost. Turns ...
Over the last few days in Victoria, other than spending all our time with Kate, she was able to show us around a little too. We explored different parts of downtown, went down to the waterfront, got to see some neat shops, did the Phillips brewery tour (BC loves their micro brews!), and went for a very nice 2 hrs walk through a local ...
... the hotel back to the restaurant with Peter and Vanessa from Berwick who went fishing too ( well, Peter not Vanessa). The fish and chip placemat the wharf had baked the fillets in a tandoori type crust and we had salad and chips, but no wine as the area is not licensed. Such a pity as a crisp white would have been terrific. A great end to a lovely fish.
A busy but different type of day with lots of walking and fresh air. Off to Whistler tomorrow!