The Cona Hostel

Address: 440 Anderton Avenue, Courtenay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada | Hostel
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      Oh the weather outside is frightful

      A travel blog entry by milouleeijen on Feb 26, 2014

      4 photos

      ... Then Audrey, who claims to had never been bowling before, ever. I got better (or the rest got worse), but surprisingly Audrey won the game. I ended up being second.
      The girls decided that they wanted to play another game. Not a very good choice for them, because they were a bit grumpy, but a good choice for me. I won! (Happy Audrey only puts the first score on Facebook of course, where she won.) I had fun while cosmic bowling and afterwards we even ...

      Getting Ready

      A travel blog entry by turnersinindia on Dec 01, 2013


      ... London Drugs and signed up for our Indian Visas which took forever!

      On a trip to Vancouver we got some supplies at MEC (mountain equipment co-op) like water purification drops and some other necessities. Back at home we were planning on where we are going, be sure to check out the itinerary on where we ...

      Another Island Another Ferry - Vancouver Island

      A travel blog entry by jmjeans on Oct 04, 2012

      59 photos

      ... at Seneca College in Ontario and Jeff Furneaux a school buddy of Garland’s from St. John’s who moved to Victoria nearly 20 years ago.

      Kathy took us to Mt. Tolmie which offered spectacular views of Victoria and the surrounding area. And Jeff treated us to lunch at his restaurant, Nautical Nellies which is located on Victoria’s harbour front, where you can watch the sea planes and ships arrive and depart.

      Next, the Northwest coast of the ...

      The Heart of the Island

      A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Jul 07, 2012

      28 photos

      ... which had a kilometre long conveyor belt and a couple of open pools. We parked in the parking lot and left at 11am to trek the 6kms and 800m elevation to Arnica Lake. The estimated trek to the top was 2-5 hours so we knew it would take a while. The trail wouldn’t itself through old growth forest and before long we came to the waterfall which tumbled steeply over the granite steps. Next came the never-ending switchbacks over a poorly maintained trail that had ...

      Back to the sunny side

      A travel blog entry by crossroadcanada on May 01, 2010

      5 comments, 7 photos

      ... and other plants make a jungle. The banana slug was the hugest slug I had ever seen. It makes me wonder what other things are hiding out.

      We drove over to the east side of the island and were glad to see the sun shining again. Henry’s tooth had been bothering him for a while and on a whim went into a little dentist office in Cumberland. After a 5 minute wait they gave him an x-ray. All is well. ...