Days Inn Victoria On The Harbour
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... tonight so after some food we drove for another half an hour to the gardens. The gardens themselves are actually really impressive with theme sections like a Rose Garden and a Japanese Garden. It was a shame we only had about an hour of daylight to look around them before jostling with the crowds to find a spot to watch the fireworks.
The firework display was really good, set to music and again had different themes. We were both impressed and glad we came. ...
... and scarfs in August. That's me.
I am staying with Alice whom I met in a train station in Peru and haven't seen since I waved her goodbye from the Galapagos Islands in May 2010. Our neighbourhood is called Fernwood. AKA Fernhood it is a cool collection of several blocks of large timber houses and a reputation for artist types and dudes. Along each street the telegraph poles are painted by those living in front of them.
This weekend the Fernhoodies ushered in ...
... is only 5m. We then decided to swim out to the island and back. It was a great day.
- Elk/Beaver Lake: This is a good little lake to hike around. Technically there is two lakes. Elk and Beaver. Many people swim and row in this lake. Good 1/2 day flat hike.
- Clover point: Easily accessed from Downtown Victoria. It's on the Dallas walk. Small walk along the waterfront is nice and enjoyable. Good place to walk your dog.
- John ...
... Stopping for morning tea, we found Coupeville, a small one-street oceanside town with the best homemade pastries. We decided on what must be the largest cinnamon bun in existence, dripping with orange flavoured cream cheese icing. Overlooking the ocean, it was the perfect spot for a morning snack. Carrying on, we stopped for a few hours at the Deception Pass State Park for some short hikes ...
... some of the distances involved and therefore cut our journey short at Horeshoe Bay and took the ferry to Nanaimo. As the plan had originally been the stunning trip from Tssawassen to Swartz Bay this was a little of an anticlimax but it meant we arrived in Victoria safely amongst the throngs and in time for fireworks.
A little about the ferry, some of you will know I've been over to The Isle Of Man during a ...