James Bay Inn Hotel, Suites & Cottage
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Imagine going on a 2,5 day trip to Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, Canada. It will take about 3 hours to get there and you feel the pressure on your ears while driving through the mountains. You would probably never experience this trip, but I will try to talk you through it as if you were there, because it was awesome.
... a bathing suit.
As for the wide brimmed hat - I will have one. I am also bringing a bandana to wrap around my hair for those times when a shower is nowhere near in sight.
My toiletries will be minimal and mostly focused on first aid items. A quick dry towel, sunscreen, ibuprofin, polysporin, soap, and band aids will definitely be included.
Technology (my book bag) has been a major concern. I have bought a ...
After all that excitement, we pulled off in Hope BC., to have a picnic in their central park. I had to pop in to the grocery store to grab a few things for lunch & much to my dismay and utter disgust...I ate lunch meat :( I honestly can't remember the last time I broke down and ate those gelantanous meat slabs but in this shady g-store it was either that or some overpriced deep fried chicken? blobs. I wrapped it in lettuce, slapped a big-dill on top and somehow ...
... 0.9 metres wide. It was used in the motorbike chase scene in the movie 'Bird on a Wire' starring Mel Gibson and Goldie Horne. I wandered down it touching the sides with both ********** done. Victoria is known for 3 things apparently : 1. Lots of young Canadians come across to stay and attend University. Some meet, fall in love, marry and because the housing prices are significantly cheaper than on the mainland, they buy their first homes here. 2. A lot ...
... make good use of our waterproof gear.
This morning was a pleaseant surprise with warm temps and a bit of sun trying to break through. A brisk walk to the sea side followed breakfast and then a motoring tour of Oak Bay through to Victoria, capped off by lunch at the Royal Victoria Yacht club, where tomorrow, HRH Prince Andrew will also take lunch. Mike and Signi are invited. Somehow Annette and I were ...