Coast Discovery Inn
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... a good half hour with many photo opportunities, but you had to be quick - I should have put the burst feature on....
Got back to dock around 5:30pm and found a Bistro. A couple of glasses of red just hit the spot and tried their honey garlic chicken wings for entree and the lemon salmon, veg and salad -yum!
Taxi back to Money Pennies and showed the girls some travel picks and exchanged lots of information.
A very memorable day ...
... course. Having amused the wait staff last night with our meticulous efforts with the crab, they were delighted to deliver the lobster to see if we could tackle it with the same amount of gusto. I'm pleased to report that we did!!!
Happiness personified, we picked up a nightcap for the bar and headed back to our fabulous room to digest yet another unbelievable day at Sonora. How on earth we are expected to leave tomorrow I have no idea!
Greetings from jolly olde London
Well we arrived at Heathrow after a long crowded flight. The two passengers on either side of us had sharp elbows and of course lots of stuff!! Boy oh boy it's amazing what some people consider carry on luggage.
When we arrived at the hotel that we had booked we were to quote an English term gobsmacked!
What a dump!!!!! Trip advisor ...
... the hotel we stopped at 'Dick's Fish and Chips' for lunch and to warm us up. Felt a bit bad snorkelling with the salmon and then eating them deep fried for lunch but it was great. This afternoon Nina made us walk the 14km sea walk to work off the fish and chips. Nice walk though and the weather was lovely. We came across some wooden statues carved out of tree trunks by chainsaw - pretty unusual and impressive. Loved our first day in Campbell ...
... on our car ferry and straight up to the sun deck to gorp at a spectacular view of Vancouver and its mountain ranges. Emma and Grandad wander whilst Taya naps (in Grandad's hat) and take piccies. Dylan and Rich head inside to play and explore and Grandma grabs a pew and crosses her fingers its a smooth trip. Its a two hour crossing into Nanaimo ferry terminal on Vancouver Island. Pleased to arrive.
The shift of ferry means ...