The Cona Hostel

440 Anderton Avenue, Courtenay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada | Hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Courtenay

    Oh the weather outside is frightful

    A travel blog entry by milouleeijen on Feb 26, 2014

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    ... there's an assembly and it's Pink Shirt Day too. Too bad I didn't really have a pink shirt to wear, but that doesn't matter. It's an anti-bullying campaign. The kids will also sing and dance to the song 'Brave' from Sara Bareilles. And there's something about the new climbing wall as well, but that's a small detail (maybe later more information).

    Now, please tell Marloes to turn off Django Wagner..... ANYBODY?!! AND Dora.... Please...



    A travel blog entry by lucasp on Aug 26, 2013

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    ... mist. Later, it rained. By not until we were back home! So lucky with the weather. Tonight we had an amazing fish fry. Daphne's friend, Ryan, prepared it using ling cod and red snapper they had caught the day before. Good friends, good wine and good food. A great night. Her boys are very sweet and we really enjoyed talking to them. Marcos and Lucas loved playing with them, too, and wrestling with Ryan. Tomorrow we start the trip ...

    A wonderful welcome to 2012

    A travel blog entry by natsully on Jan 02, 2012

    ... is done. That's it. They take care of you from the minute you place your telephone booking to the minute you arrive, when you unpack, when you go to the spa, the restaurant, and more...they're great!!

    The room was really nice - Murphy beds are a real treat for me (yes, they still make them...the beds that come out of the wall!!). But, it gives you more space to enjoy the suites. The location is lovely - ...

    Van Isle fun

    A travel blog entry by benandlindsey on Aug 23, 2009


    ... was as smooth as glass. In the dim dawn light, one could just barely make out the shapes of steep, densely vegitated islands and the abrupt line where the trees came right down to the waterline. Our bodies warm from the survival suits, only our exposed faces felt the cool, thick air of ...

    Lesqueti Is to Lund

    A travel blog entry by erickandrachel on Aug 09, 2009

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    The weather forecast for Sunday was 10-20 kts in the morning building to 15-25 kts in the afternoon, so we got an early jump on the day. The anchor was up at 8:30am and the wind was light to start the journey north but was 16-18 by noon. We motored about two-thirds of the way to Lund and put up our sails in the lee of Harwood Is. We were doing 5.5 kts SOG with a single reef in the main and full head sail.

    In Lund we took on ...