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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... money in doing so. Please try to find time to read his story.
The park is a treasure filled with a forest of trees of many varieties; some testifying to the length of time they have stood and sheltered animals and humans that enjoy their beauty with their height and girth. Several varieties of ducks, Canadian Geese, and even a couple of juvenile sea gulls who thought they belonged to the geese/duck family amused us with their antics. IT was ...
... The shotgun obliterated the targets and gave my right shoulder a good work-out I can tell you! Roger said I shot pretty well for a novice and we also had fun with some other members who invited us to join their training and participate in a timed movement shooting scenario.
All in all it was a great day out. And my human silhouette target looked in a sorry ...
... day. We drove down to Fort Victoria RV park, near Victoria the city. This is largest permanent resident park we have visited. It is an "official" site with the RR tracks and fire station right beside the park. Walmart is not in sight though. The ice cream man makes his round through here. Next We are told how and where to catch the city bus to the downtown water front area. We Found the bus stop with help from another couple. There was No ...
... it was getting close to 7pm, we opted for dinner first. Going to a restaurant recommended by Dave and Vicki Standen and the waiter at Shine, we headed to Pagliacci. Turns out this is a fav of locals. We were warned that we'd have a wait which turned out to be a 30 minute wait. So, we made friends with a Vancouver couple who were there celebrating their 29th anniversary. Then, we also talked with a local couple originally from Halifax and now living in Victoria, Yes, ...
... masks, gloves, etc. What I'm most excited to start packing is the toys I've bought (and the ones I still need to buy!) for the children at the orphanage. I can't wait to see the looks on all their faces when I bring them a suitcase full of goodies!
As the internet in Tanzania is incredibly unreliable, I won't have time to individually update all my friends and family members. Please come here to read about my trip!