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Travel Blogs from Victoria
So, a couple of days since I last updated this. Rather than break the two days down I figure one entry will have to do you for today.
Victoria is a small city rich in culture. Tuesday we explored the culture that made the city at the Royal BC Museum. This museum charts the development of British Columbia from First Nations, through …
The country is awash with a sea of red and white.
You'd think they were having a red and white themed celebration of something... oh yeah! Canada Day! The day where Canada celebrates her birthday... and she's looking good for 146 years young.
Today was a travelling day for us. We left Kamloops and decided …
... Japanese Garden, Italian Garden and then there was a music bowl, a conservatory and a gift shop (of course). Despite the rain and trousers being wet up to the knee, the flowers were so magnificent that it was easy to forget the rain.
My new Kathmanu jacket got a good going-over with the weather and proved that it was in fact waterproof and kept me nice and warm.
Took LOTS of photos of flowers.
... have two hands
I hope I get the chance to travel the world
But I don't have any plans
Wish that I could stay forever this young
Not afraid to close my eyes
Life's a game made for everyone
And love is the prize
So wake me up when it's all over
When I'm wiser and I'm older
All this time I was finding myself
And I didn't know I was lost
I didn't know I was lost
Arriving back in South Africa felt like arriving home. I spent a few days in Johannesburg with Zann and her amazing family, as well as Asa, Ryley and John Clarke. I felt like I spent half of my time shopping, because it was so cold that none of my attire (entirely bathing suits and summer dresses by that point) were suitable. Ryley and I finished off my last day with some wine on a patio that led to me almost missing my ...