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Travel Blogs from Campbell River
... s midden of 1000s of broken shells in the shallows.
My jellyfish sting has now healed into a silvery scar around my wrist which I proudly showed to Mary and Gary, friends I'd met on the Aranui in Tahiti and residents of Brentwood Bay on Vancouver Island. I was picked up by Gary in his divine grey convertible Porsche and enjoyed my little-orphan-Annie-afternoon dining with them and enjoying the incredible view of the bay from their beautiful home. Looking ...
... can create huge whirlpools and big waves! We were just amazed by them.
We finally got back about 9 hours after we left. What a long but incredibly amazing day!
Very tired we got back to the motel where we chilled for a while. We decided to go out for dinner as the pub next door couldn't serve minors! Much to Amy's disgust we got back to the motel too late for a swim. Into bed early so we could have an early ...
... prawns and chips. Dylan sits up on the bar type stool with the boys and eats a man sized portion of dinner. Taya loves peeking in Grandma's paper cone to see what she can find. She also starts to feed Grandma. So sweet.
It's games night tonight courtesy of Grandma. First game is fishing for magnetic sea creatures. Second game requires dressing up glasses to be worn for a game of African animal pairs. Lots of fun and ...
... map, and I proceeded to give Becky my very best instruction. However, on entering a one-way dual-carriage system, I'll admit, even I was confused! We sat waiting to turn left, first in queue, and as the lights turned green in our favour, Becky dutifully turned left...and stayed left...it wasn't until we noticed that all the other cars behind us had got into the right-hand lane that we knew we'd made a boo-boo! Whoops! Becky quickly swerved us ...
... br> we went onto the pier this afternoon and watched some lads catching salmon with light rods and just a lure on the end. They were catching "Pinks" , about 6 lb to 8 lb , I recon they were good to eat MMMmmm! It seemed a very energetic type of fishing, as they saw the fish passing by ( really fast tidal flow) , they would all run from one end of the pier to the other trying to get their lure in front ...
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