Island Treasures B&B

Address: Nanoose Bay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada | Hotel
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Day 13 adventures Thursday 29th October

A travel blog entry by pam-ros on Oct 29, 2015

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... over 40 totem poles and they tell various stories as depicted by their carvers.

Chemainus has over 40 murals and is known as 'the world’s largest outdoor art gallery’. Vividly colourful murals fill every available wall in town while documenting local history. This town was significant in the past as a timber town but to save it becoming a ghost town the murals were painted to promote tourism.


Parksville, British Columbia

A travel blog entry by tkadventures on Aug 01, 2015

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... down the road to go for a beer at the pub then remembered the dogs couldn't stay in the truck. So Mike ran across the highway and got some Richards Raddler grapefruit beer 3.2% and very refreshing. Kerry had a Kocanee. I looked for heart shaped rocks and sea glass for Robin. Found some wild blackberries and grabbed a few. So tasty and sweet... I even liked the ones ...

Ferry Journey

A travel blog entry by loviesquared on Sep 08, 2014

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... easy. We arrived in the village, found a place to park on the street. I visited a Starbucks for the Internet access for a last bit of work emails while Tony took the pups on a walk and scouted our way out of the tiny streets.

Once we got in the boarding line we enjoyed lunch of left over chicken on flat bread. It is easy to eat good food on the road when you drive your kitchen around with you. While ...

Little Qualicum Falls PP

A travel blog entry by raroboy on Sep 09, 2013

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... a day on the lake. So we bike the short way to the lake… and see there blue sky – nice warm water – it’s a perfect place to enjoy. We found our own little beach and discovered some funky little fish trying to hide in the sand at the bottom of the lake.


Port Alberni, BC: Lake house. Day 2

A travel blog entry by pixieperfect83 on Jul 27, 2013

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... left on the lake rocks by First Nations Indians in the 1800s, some great cliff jumping areas, and the multi million dollar homes people have on the lake.

As soon as we got back to the house Travis & Megan wanted to take some dock jumping photos of them wearing wedding items. Megan got dressed in white two piece bikini with a veil, and Travis got dressed in black shorts and a black suit jacket. These photos were going to be for ...