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... about this, but it turned out to be quite the popular tourist destination! The store itself was true to its name; it had fabrics, food, baked good, toys, and even suits of armour! Our final stop was an old growth forest called Cathedral Grove. Some of the trees are 800 years old, while most of the forest is 300 years young. It's hard to get a sense of the enormity, but we have tried to include Evan in some of the pictures to give a sense of ...
... hosts I had. Speaking German was a nice change as well.
My friend and I took a short trip to Tofino, a small town on the west coast of Vancouver Island.
Located at the open ocean it is a paradise for surfers. We had a car and drove up there, (finally a road trip!!!) the landscape and nature here was just stunning. We were lucky and enjoyed sunshine throughout our little road trip. The lakes and mountains we came across ...
... be home.
I have not had a similar coming home experience where I felt I was not quite here yet. I was exhausted. Anne Marie had made an afternoon doctor appointment because of the long persistent cough that bothered me for much of the trip. The MD ordered a chest x-ray and gave me a prescription for what he suspected was a lung infection.
That was the trip back and I will write a final post about this experience. I am glad to be ...
... chill out after a hectic day of packing.
My last day in Nanaimo included my last few goodbyes, including Mishko & Felix, Christina, my grandma, and of course the rest of my family. Everyone was upset that I was leaving, but not for the same reasons as when I left for London. This time my departure is definitely on a lighter note, as I'm going into a good job, in a town where I have friends looking out for me and a great school with tons of support for its ...
We got up this morning to an overcast sky and by the time we were ready to go the rain had started - so much for not travelling in the rain ha. Nevermind, I guess we should be used to it by now huh. At least it keeps everything pretty and green :) We checked out of Westbay Marine Village around 10am and hit the road to go and see the Kinsol Trestle (50km north). Basically it's a wooden railway trestle north of Shaw****n Lake that crosses the ...