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... and you go through some very high end neighbourhoods with large, clearly very expensive homes.
For golfers, the drive goes through the Victoria Golf Club which appears to have some gorgeous holes out into the ocean. I used to golf with someone who is a member there and when I checked his address, it appears to be in the Uplands area, which is the neighbourhood I described above. ...
... and imitating animal gestures! Stuart and Sarah thought it was hilarious to watch. This lasted pretty much the entire journey. After the ferry crossing we had a 40 minute drive into the centre of Vancouver where we met back up with Tess and had to say our goodbyes to Steph. Stuart Sarah and Harrison all agreed it had been an amazing holiday and couldn't thank Steph enough for making it all possible. Not only being organiser but also tour guide ...
... and Lionel tried calling the Sasquatch (Bigfoot). But he didn't come.
Victoria is the sort of place I can be at home in. I've been slowly spending time, sleeping in late and visiting coffee shops where they play Talking Heads and Violent Femmes. Victorians are effortlessly individual and unpretentiously cool. I replied 'Just visiting' when I was asked by one of Lionel's friends 'Do you live here?' to which she just laughed and said 'Oh, you'll move here eventually, everybody does.'
... and we had a four wait at the terminal - mind you there was good fish and chips there. Then a safe crossing and drive to Victoria. Now looking out for the double deckers and off to get tea Nice view from the 9th floor but personally could do with some ground level action after six days in ...
... was a cold, blustery day. We did drive the perimeter of Stanley Park, which has some great views. We also spent some time on Granville Island which has a terrific market. We didn't see much of downtown Vancouver. Parking was difficult and my nose was constantly buried in the map. If we ever return we need a guide to show us the city or maybe a day tour by bus.
Our return was fairly uneventful, although we were delayed in Denver over two hours ...