Best Western Cowichan Valley Inn
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No TV, no Internet and no telephone meant going to bed with the sun last night! Thank goodness we both have ebooks downloaded!
As a result we were up and on the road very early and for the first part of the trip, via a paved logging road, we had little traffic to contend with. By eight o'clock the logging trucks joined us on the road. The drive east across the island was beautiful, first winding our way through trees and past small lakes. Part way ...
... which went straight down. There were no railings. Alice stayed at the little centre where there were shops and cafe. The new tour bus left at the quay , Kilronan Villlage where we had drinks and then a bowl of seafood soup and I enjoyed a Guiness The two tours cost €40 each and the tour bus in the island was €10. Certainly well worth the cost and we felt very blessed to have visited one of the Aran ...
... I wouldn't have done it. But that made me proud to have done it! Seriously, people have broken their noses, dislocated shoulders and got concussion from tubing, and that was just this week, and one of those people was my new friend Marley. I really like Marley because we're so similar. Our favorite super hero is Iron man, and we bonded over the fact we both have really bad circulation. Weird! We also laugh at the same things, so Marley quickly became my friend.
... for the night. They took us on an amazing hike through a wildflower sanctuary and up to Mt. Tzouhalem Ridge. Just as the sun was setting and the sky was painted strokes of pink, we got to take in a 180 degree view of Duncan and Cowichan Bay. It was breathtaking - the perfect way to end day.
Prov: British Columbia Victoria is apparently the warmest place in Canada and even over here we see signs and hear reminders to the effect that effective as at 1st October all vehicles are to carry chains and have special snow tyres fitted. Today is to be quite leisurely so we drove into Victoria and parked In Chinatown so it would be easy to walk downtown. There were hoards of people In Victoria today: partly due to the fact that it's a long weekend and also ...