Island Treasures B&B

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

Nanaimo to victoria

A travel blog entry by sarahlamb1983 on Aug 06, 2014

... and went through the first china town in Canada. After photos .... No Harrison we didn't get you in honest! We enjoyed petting the horse Harrison loved it most and kept resting his head up against it, quiet unlike Harrison he really enjoyed the animals today it was lovely to see and was the perfect ending to another great day.... Even though by the time we made it back to the bob it was technically the next day! ...

On the Road!

A travel blog entry by eveandgreg on Jul 17, 2014

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... my good friend from Columbus and our mutual friend Sally from Tucson came to the campground and picked us for dinner- what a treat! They are staying in Victoria for 2 weeks so they tried to meet us at the ferry but didn't see us so they found us on the road. Amazing that they found us! Today is nice riding along the ocean - beautiful views at every turn. We can see across to the mainland with rows of mountains receding into the hazy horizon. And of course the beautiful blue ...

Hornby island, the farewell send off

A travel blog entry by tkuny on Sep 22, 2013

... the whole house. The lights, the bathroom with all it's textures and different carpets and places to look. The peaceful and warm energy that surrounded the room. No words, no words. The power went out in the morning, leaving us stranded with no Ferrys. The rain was coming down hard, my shoes lost amongst the downpour. We decided to go to the thatch for eggs Benny since the kitchen was still open. As we sat at the table in the pub with no lights and not heat I said "it's ...

To begin....

A travel blog entry by katiedurvin on May 02, 2012

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... months to head to the airport to fly home. I was sad yes, but not devastated because I knew at that moment that I would be back. Africa had captured my heart and I felt like I was where I truly belonged.

I spent two wonderful months living and volunteering at Abetavu Children's Home in Kampala, Uganda working with street children and orphans as well as teaching English at the school in the slums. For ...

Flappin' all the way to the USA! 1st Leg - Canada

A travel blog entry by seveandnicky on Oct 11, 2011

... a major part of the great salmon run! We were there for what seemed like hours trying to get good shots of the salmon jumping upstream to different levels of the rapids! Nickys' getting some good shots but I think I can do better!

I take the camera from her, get myself into position & bang, the perfect opportunity for a photo! Except this fish was no normal fish, shark like in size and caught me by surprise as it jumped out, flapping at my feet!! I ...