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... with us stopping to take photos it was closer to an hour. Victoria is a very beautiful city, full of historic brick buildings and so much to see. We had a bit of an explore around the streets then stopped off for some lunch. Just a tip - if it's not peak lunchtime hour I wouldn't advise having Chinese from the food court ha, I'm not sure what we were thinking!! I'm sure it had been sitting in the hot box since lunchtime... Not very yum ha.. Afterwards we ran a few errands and then ...
... besides necessary leader texting or naivigating or absolute emergencies)... no iPods or phones or radio... but cameras are allowed. Does the Mrs. Hudson group accept the challenge?"
Geordie wanted to know if we were allowed to text our girlfriends, as both him and I were texting ours, so i replied to it asking such. A little ways down the road, Jordan stopped the van on the side, presumably to find where to go. As he did this, everyone got ...
... also tried Couchsurfing for the 1st time where we stay with a stranger at their house for free! We stayed with this couple who were really nice, cooked us dinner, gave us beer and told us loads about the area which was really good. I was getting the impression however that the guy fancied Nicky because he seemed to keep starring at her a lot and every-time he was talking, he talked at her occasionally glancing in my direction. I would have manned up (probably not!) but I ...
Cycled from Nanoose, B.C. up the Fraser Valley, Fraser Canyon to Lillooet where I caught a ride in a pick up as far up the mountain as I could get and then cycled to Pemberton where I spent the night in a very nice B&B.
Next day I was still pretty much whipped so only went about 40 kms to Whistler where I stayed at a new Hostel near Function Junction. After a good nights sleep I managed to cycle home to Nanoose for a total of 530 kms in five days.
on our way back to Sidney now to get the ferry across to the mainland, stopped off for the night in lake ccowichan. It is a really nice town, very young and lively and they have an irish pub that does some great food.
seems everyone in the town has an inflatable of some kind and they are all sitting laying standing on them floating down the river, looks really cool.
On the way into town we met a guy sitting on the side ...