BEST WESTERN PLUS Barclay Hotel
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... were early morning when feeding the sheep. Once they had finished their grain and were happily munching on their hay, there was a sense of peace in the barn and I'd gaze out at the frost covered landscape with the pink tinged sky. Jan was kind enough to let me drive her truck incase I needed to go into town. It took me a while to build up the courage to drive it as I've never driven anything so big! But after a few days of dodgy parking efforts, I became ...
The nature of the volcanic shale means that you can pretend you have superpowers while breaking rock in your bare hands.
There are lots of other features and things to do in around the Alberni Valley. One of the highlights for me apart from catching up with family and friends was quad biking along forestry trails. A new experience that I hope to repeat again in the future.
... skull, broken jaw, detached retina, broken back-the works! Still has vertigo and lots of pain. Explains the medicinal plants I guess.
On the way to Port Alberni, Graeme wanted to see the Little Quanticum Falls. They were pretty awesome-the power of water is amazing.
Carol and Bruce took us to the Cathedral Grove just outside Port Alberni-I have never seen anything like it-a dense forest of old growth ...
... tait l'endroit idéal pour laisser retomber la pression de Québec et me détendre tranquillement.
Le seul vrai ennui que j'ai eu à Port Alberni est que l'objectif de mon réflex argentique est mort. Avec l'aide d'un autre voyageur passionné de photo j'ai fait toutes les boutiques possibles d'Alberni, tous les pawn shops et les brocantes du coin pour essayer de trouver un remplacement à ma lentille, une vraie chasse au trésor! À défaut de mieux j'ai trouvé un petit appareil photo ...
... we’re up to our first look at the periodic
table. Now that’s one thing that hasn’t changed … I hope.
Last weekend we ventured to Vancouver Island for the first
time (Family Day long weekend, like what we used to have for Melbourne Cup
day). We left straight after school in our venga bus and headed to the ferry
terminal to catch the ‘Ship of Dreams’ across the Strait to Nanaimo, a city of