Howard Johnson Nanaimo Harbourside
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Am Tag nach dr Akunft in Vancouver hani schowiddr witer welle und Vancouver für die letschte Däg uffspaare ;)
Bin denn widdr es Auto go miete, dismol ischs es ganz es klins, zum mi widdr an europäischi Grössene zgwöhne ;). Han no es Problem mit dr Kreditkarte gha, abr das hani grad mit me Telefonat könne löseJ. Leider isch s Auto zkli gsy …
... And lucky for us we had a perfect parking spot with a big rock for sitting outside for our coffee break.
A Rainbow in the Rain
And today we got a mail from Maggi – and she had a lot to tell: she wishes that in all the rain and in the valleys she can always see the rainbow and be thankful for it. And she sounded optimistic and ...
... around Nanaimo a small town north of Victoria but great wifi. Next couple of days in Vancouver before we head across the Rockies to Banff.
hopefully more free wifi to keep you informed. Sorry to Jillian for not being able to keep the story flowing on a more regular basis but the internet on ship is ridiculously expensive.
Cheers from the Travelling Wallabies oot and aboot in Canada
On Sunday we (Audrey, Chloe, Marloes and I) went to Mary, Audrey's sister, all the way in Nanaimo, because it was her birthday. On our way I watched out the window to see if I could spot some nice birds. Here's what I observed and saw:
Green trees, pink trees, red trees, yellow trees, brown trees, orange trees, trees with bird nests in them, trees with only tops, trees with only bottoms, big trees, small trees, large trees, even ...
... used to the fluctuating temperatures of the ocean waters. Some swims were pretty chilly; others were unaccountably warm but we were always glad we had gone in.
Our animal and bird neighbours introduced themselves - the blacktail deer and their fawns wandered through, the grouse and owls made odd sounds at night, the ravens spoke in many tongues, the eagles chirped overhead, the northern flickers pounded on the trees and the ...