Days Inn Victoria On The Harbour
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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Clear blue sky. 24C
We picked up breakfast of a bagel/croissant & juice next door at the cafe on the way to Springtide Whale Watching tours. We arrived at 9:30 ready to pay our $100 each ($10 disc as senior rate), get us organised and walked down to the jetty where we donned our flattering buoyancy suits. They were a onesie that fitted over …
... a sweetheart! Next night we also went out again but knew there couldn't be anything there as I was going travelling. Chelsea arrived the next day into Nanaimo we had to drop hunter off but the BMW broke down so mum had to drive it island and pick us up and the we dropped hunter off! From there we got home and went out for some drinks downtown and some how managed to make friends and stay at their place that night! Had a lovely breakfast downtown with Chelsea the next morning and ...
... as fancied a bit of a thrill and boy did we get it!
Three hours out on the open water in spacemen suits bumping around chasing the chance to see whales. Not only did we catch numerous sightings of the promised Orca, tho so close to the shore we were not permitted to get too close because it miffs off the residents, but then we headed off at speed after reports of hump backs in the area. Wow,wow, wow! ...
... on and the kid doesn’t get it turned down in time, so he explains to him that it is a PERSONAL listening device, not for the other passengers . . . he wants to go to the back of the bus to listen to it . . . NO, PERSONAL LISTENING DEVICE! So, he turns it down. We get a few klicks outside of Prince Rupert and he suddenly pulls the bus to the side of the road, puts it in park, turns around and asks the kid to come with him . . . they get off the bus . . . and have ...
... her guests for years to come.
While I’ve had the good fortune to see much of the world, from the breathtaking Trollfjord in Norway to remote and enchanting Antarctica, it’s the opportunity to meet wonderful guests like you that I will undoubtedly miss the most. Spending time with such friendly, gracious and inspired travelers as I ...