Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Courtenay Comox Valley SW
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... fortunately I stayed awake and the lesson released a lot of aches and pains.
So Christina left on Friday morning and we had her house to ourselves. It was funny when you prepared Jabulani's food, because you could ask her if she could sing you a song and she did. She is allowed to sing three times. She is such a great and sweet dog, unbelievable.
... see that the kids need some individual help with math or reading for example. I wish I could be in two places at the same time. And then there are other teachers that would like to have us, I just don't like to disappoint someone I have been loyal to for the first few weeks. This describes a feature of a dog I suppose... I don't know, I feel a bit weird about it because I don't really know what to do about it. They are all ...
We left the mainland of BC for Nanaimo on Vancouver Island on the BC Ferry system. The 1 ½ hour ferry ride was quite pleasant and efficient for us as we had a reservation (at an additional cost!) practical for us because of our big rig, but I can just imagine what it is like during peak times and peak season if you don't have a reservation. I understand that there can be many hours of waiting if you don't have one. And like in our province the ferry cost is expensive ...
... massive. Dave, Jack and Steffie also got one and we spent the next 20 minutes sitting on the pier trying to eat them. Dave and Jack gave up towards the end, but Steffie and I persevered like true gluttons and finished the lot. Ice cream and the seaside is definitely a summery combination! We took a walk through downtown and checked out some totem poles in the local park.
After a browse of downtown shops we left the boys and headed to the Maritime Museum. It is home ...
... came back down from the rocks to us with a lit BBQ in hand. Finally, we thought our stomachs grumbling away :).
We had bought some Snapper fish in the market which we wrapped in foil, with various veg and potatoes. We left it to heat through as we listened to Michael play guitar to us. We lay down on the sand soaking in the beauty of the beach and the lifestyle out here! Dinner time came around and we gobbled up the sandy fish lol. (it had been quite a task to stop ...