Island Treasures B&B

Address: Nanoose Bay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nanoose Bay

French Onion Cabbage Rolls

A travel blog entry by loviesquared on Sep 09, 2014

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... leaving water on the boil. Remove the large outer leaves of the cabbage — you should have 10 to 12 that are of sufficient size to be workable — and return to the boiling water for 3 to 4 minutes to soften. Drain, cool, and cut out the tough lower ribs so you get a flat, soft surface.
Melt butter in a large pot, add onions, and cook for a few minutes, until just softening. Add sugar, thyme, salt and a bit of pepper (to taste), and cook, covered, on ...

Ferry Journey

A travel blog entry by loviesquared on Sep 08, 2014

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... a much needed stroll. Back at camp we prepared the halibut for dinner using a recipe from the Lepp Family—Schezwan Crusted Halibut. It was easy to prepare and delicious with some left over despite eating our fill.

The park ranger stopped by to register us around 8 PM and told us we were lucky to be in the best site in the campground as it is nearly always occupied. He also told us most weeks ...

HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA

A travel blog entry by dancejill on Oct 20, 2012

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... A GIFT BAG FROM THE FAMILY AND BILL WAS EXCITED WITH THE GOODIES ESPECIALLY THE LICORICE ALSORTS AND REESES PEANUT BUTTER CUPS. HE SAID JOANNE WAS NOT TO TAKE THE BAG HOME, IT WAS HIS STASH. JOANNE AND RICK WENT OUT AND GOT US ALL COFFEE TO ENJOY WHILE WE JOKED AND LAUGHED.

WE SAT AND TALKED, LAUGHED, WATCHED THE FOOTBALL GAME ON AND OFF AND BILL CLOSED HIS EYES AND HAD A LITTLE NAP. BILL GOT UP TO USE THE WASHROOM AND WHEN HE CAME ...

Forbidden hitchhiking and the fruits it bears

A travel blog entry by vagrant_reality on May 01, 2012

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... retirement. They liked the term but told me that in North America they'd be called 'snow birds' because when it snows they fly south. We found the different terms equally humorous and she liked the Australian term so much she planned to tell a few of her friends as they'd also get a good laugh out of it.

During all this, every now and then, I'd feel a soft but firm nudge on my thigh and it was their dog extending his paw, his signal to me that he wanted another pat. A ...

Vancouver Island Iranian Style

A travel blog entry by catndeano on Jun 03, 2011

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... the world go by. Right above was the old steam train tracks that I climbed up to to get a view and then we carried on along the loop path round the Dyke. We taught Lesley how to play Pooh sticks on the bridge that crosses the Dyke and then walked back to the house. Badi then made us what he calls his 20min rice for lunch which had tomatoes and onion in and was very nice. After lunch I wanted to walk to the look out, so Lesley drove us to the tourist information office to check if it was ...