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... I was G.F. He said he heard my voice when we walked in the door, a lovely meal too.
After Tea 2130 we 5 enjoyed some time listening to some nice music and even did a little bit of people watching as well, stayed there till 2330 then turned in for a sleep in our cabins.
Weather; Cold day with strong winds from the north, 2 meter swell, rain in A.M. Fined up a fair bit this afternoon,
Temp; 16 or 17 ?
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... pretty suburb with cafes, and an Engish pub called the Penny Farthing, Very Green and fully treed.
Very warm day so tried to get an iced coffee, nothing like ours available, more like black coffee with ice and milk if you want!
Spotted a great golf course for Allan S. (see the photo)
Hopped off bus back in town, walked couple of blocks of shopping district & ...
... on our trip. We both agree we will be back. I still don't think I will ever get over the self flushing toilets (they just don't work!) or the fact that these people have no such thing as spray on deoderant. We look forward to saying goodbye to tipping in a few weeks but both agree we will look forward to another visit in the near (ish) future.
We have had a great taste of what ...
... beautiful walk at the beach. It was a pebble beach but I loved climbing the rocks, as well as seeing a few kite surfers flying over the waves...
My last evening was concluded with a pleasant sunset walk around the other side of the harbor. I finally got to see the huge (!!) cruise ship and I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw the Parliament Building all light up like a Christmas tree. Sadly I couldn't take a picture of it.
... is so busy, huge ferries, water planes, tourist boats and little water taxis. We grabbed one of the wee water taxis to take us into the inner harbour.
This is the capital of BC, and as a result has government and parliament buildings. Lots of Victoria is unsurprisingly Victorian. The English, Irish and Scots populated the area and have truly left their mark. Things feel vaguely familiar - old banks turned into pubs for a start!