BEST WESTERN PLUS The Westerly Hotel & Convention Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... now we are watching Glee where the New Directions won the regionals, again. Yay for all gleeks!
I cleaned my room two times already, and I'm only here for two weeks! And I also started with a workout this Saturday, yay. Hope this will help me getting a better rhythm and be more healthy.
And then we got roses from a friend of Audrey's to welcome us, who speaks a little bit of Dutch as well. Lovely aren't they?
That's it for today, bye.
... in the lift. When we stepped out, one said something like 'do you want to put your stuff somewhere? Walk with me, I will get you to the chief and she will tell you where to go'. So we walked with him and there the chief person was, a woman. Wow, she took us back down the lift to the 2nd floor. We put everything in some sort of container and we went back up again.
Yeah, there we stood. On the deck of the ...
... we walked down to the harbour which have good views over the estuary! There were at least 5 massive bald eagles flying about too which was pretty cool to see! The comox valley is a nice place, if we had have had more time we would have liked to explore the Strathcona park but maybe next time! We have taken it pretty easy although we enjoyed another run tonight! Courtney amazingly has an outdoor gym right next to the hostel for public use! ...
... over many sections which required diversions or vaulting over. By 1pm it was clear that we weren’t climbing as fast as we needed to and the only people we saw on the trail was a family from Toronto that were doing a 7 day trek with heavy packs. Steffie was struggling and out of breath so eventually the decision was made to let the boys go on ahead to the lake. Steffie was determined to make it to the top, but unfortunately the steady upwards grade had taken its ...
I can't get enough of the trees here. They are majestic to say the least. The Pacific Rim National Park has 2 awesome walks through the rainforest. It is so humbling walking through an ancient ecosystem. It takes a seedling 1500 years to grow to a full tree, fall and decompose. They then become nurse trees which are whole habitats in themselves. The tallest trees were grown trees when the Vikings came to Canada. ...