Heron's Landing Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Inderdaad. Wij hebben een stralende zon in een strakblauwe lucht teruggevonden. Bij wijlen 27°. We hopen dus op een verkoelend briesje deze avond.
De gevolgen van de lange dag gisteren hebben toch niet te veel schade aangericht. Deze morgen op weg naar het ontbijt het antwoord gevonden op de slechte internetverbinding in de kamers van het hotel …
... they own it or privately own) and so two way radios are used to advise what road they are on and when they have turned off to go to the view points.
We all were in awe of these beautiful animals and saddened to hear that they are hunted by trophy hunters.
Our tour ended around 2 pm when we loaded back onto the boat for the return trip, water was a lot smoother but was surprised to learn that the inlets and passages are ...
... nature' women that have boundless energy and assertiveness to do things like sail your own boat up the west coast of North America!
The canoeing had been a fair bit of effort fighting the wind and chop, plus the sun had come out to warm us and we had too many layers on. All in all, Tim in particular was hot and needed a cooling dip. The 'harbour' is over 20ft deep so perfect for some splashing around, so he jumped in and cooled off for a while. ...
... a Friday. There are also other guests here and last weekend there was a wedding. So far I have been working hard, serving kids/guests/staff in the dining rooms and doing some housekeeping. There have been several raucous campfires, a "jam night" where the talented folk among us showed off their talents, a birthday party where I dressed as a giant spoon, my first yoga lesson (don't laugh!), s'mores (smushed up toasted marshmallows in between graham ...
... always a bonus! Day 35 was an amaze-balls day. We had booked to do a rafting and snorkelling with salmon trip. We totally get why Campbell River is the 'salmon capital of the world' - the river is literally teeming with them - 500,000 to be precise. It was an awesome experience rafting the rapids and seeing salmon jump out of the water, and then getting in and snorkelling with thousands of big fish swimming around you - the chinook salmon ...