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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... the juxtaposition of the mountains and water is still quite stunning. We arrived in Nanaimo just after noon and ate lunch at a French inspired cafe called Mon Petit Choux. We then drove to The Wee Cupcakery so we could try their nanaimo bar and nanaimo bar cupcake - both were delicious! Further north, we stopped in the town of Coombs to see the general store which has grass on the roof. It also has goats on the roof that eat the grass! I ...
... not tired as in in my brain it's 8:30...I'll adjust! El Nido is lovely, we had dinner out at a local restaurant okay food but so nice to be here and we sipped in El Nido 2011 so who cares on food hehe.
Tomorrow will bring a lot of shopping and organizing the boat!
Oh oh did I forget to mention I arrived home to lovely roses from the captain he is sweet!
... something when they are on a trip, no matter how long the journey. The ship itself is huge and has shops inside and a nice outside deck. It wasn’t too warm and thus we didn’t stay out there for long though.
The city of Nanaimo is a typical city on Vancouver Island, small downtown area with supermarkets, coffee shops and a few pubs. And a Casino. And the most thrift stores I have ever seen in one city! ...
... m definitely looking forward to New Years, which is always a good time at that house. Like the year I burned a hole in the floor because I dropped a sparkler out of my mouth. But I digress. After dinner I grabbed coffee with Christina, Megan and Colin. We said some more goodbyes, but not before I met Meghan and Colin's dog, Cooper.
Packing started on Sunday night, but the majority of it took place on Monday. It was broken up by a couple more coffee dates- first ...
... of a 10 acre development restriction under the Local Services Act, Mac Blo was planning to develop much of this land into subdivisions of 1500 lots of 1/2 and 1/3 acres. This plan was averted through the efforts of a few and the development of the first Official Community Plan or OCP.
However, our story of course does not end here. In 1978, the forest industry got the government of the day to agree that forest could be placed on the real estate market for what was ...