Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites North Sequim
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... have left some plants unshorn for the benefit of tourists like us. My photos would be much more purple if we had been here in July when the blooming is at it's height. But it was still a delightful day learning about the distillation process, eating lavender flavored ice cream and enjoying the gardens and animals at the farm.
... Bay for 1yr so he had a soft spot for us Aussies. So much so he found us a voucher which gave us an extra hour of bike hire for free. Sweet! We jumped on the bikes and took off with a sense of relief as we brushed off our exercise cobwebs. We cycled towards the water and crossed Johnson Bridge over to Songhess Point in Victoria West so we could get a view back over Downtown Victoria and the inner Harbour. We encountered our first gaggle of Canadian Geese whilst enjoying ...
Our North American roadtrip was a major learning experience. Here a few things that I can recall at this moment that we learned:
A gable is the generally triangular portion of a wall between the edges of a sloping roof.
Newfies have such strong accents due to strong Irish heritage and not much contact with the rest of north america (it really does seem like it's own ...
... interest in the Caribeann sea. Dutch, American, English. Everyone had a little island down here in the Bermuda triangle.
Looking back on it it seemed slightly comical, lurking off the south american continent, looking for the drug smugglers. Canada and America were the big consumers of cocaine. And it was ruining beautiful Columbia. Half of Columbia was amazon jungle and it was apparently inhabited by the FARC who ran the ...
... Did not feel like exploring the town so walked up to a park (my suggestion), Beacon Hill. Discovered it is home to the worlds tallest Totem Pole at 127 feet. Went down to a beautiful quiet beach for a short while then time to head back.The ferry was brilliant as it meant we could see many of 200 islands that lie between the Lower mainland and Vancouver Island. Unfortunately did not see any Orcas although they are common around the ferry route.