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Didn't sleep too badly last night! Started the day with a breakfast smile :) After breakfast we drove to West Port, which is like a little town by the sea. From there we could see America across the water! It was a strange little town with lots of shops and restaurants trying to be English. The houses were absolutely huge, and almost stacked up behind each other as they went up the hill. The houses remind me of the ones ...
... for me and a class of wine for Jeff. (We've almost finished our bottles.)
The show was "okay." It was a one man variety show, Michael Minor. He did some impressions, some ventriloquism and was quite a good (apparently classically trained) singer.
The show ended at 10:45. We went back to our room to pack. So sad. We then set our alarms for 6am.
The ocean is so calm, there is not even the normal "rock you to sleep" motion.
... a magnificent male, a few
meters from the path. He kept his watch on us, probably due to
Pickles, until we had walked away.
We have a lot of admiration for the
Canadians who live here as it was already 2 degrees. The locals told
us that the coldest record is -35 degrees, not sure I can take it
even if I was told that the snow is very “dry” and fantastic!
We will have definitively to come back
to see ...
... of the city. It was a pretty clear day, so it was a magnificent view. Ascending up a floor we enjoyed a drink and salty caramel cake as we sat in the rotating restaurant, watching the view in slow motion. We returned to our hotel via the Holy Rosary, Roman Catholic Cathedral, that we had seen from the Tower. We collected our luggage and were fortunate to be able to get a shuttle ...
... Had an energy about it that we enjoyed and we saw lots of tasty morsels that would be tempting if we had a month of Sunday's to sample them. The word "Island" is a misnomer as we discovered on our trans navigation because the island is in fact two reclaimed sand banks that do have a connection along the Sea Wall to the southern suburbs of Vancouver. We completed the loop of Granville scaled the lookout, wandered around the Emily ...