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.
... to represent what we saw. Back to the hotel to check in and do laundry. After the last time, when the load became unbalanced, I stayed with the laundry and caught up on my reading of a Marcia Muller book. Dick has been doing all the driving, so the least I can do is do the laundry and let him rest. He offered to do the laundry. He said that it was only fair until I reminded him that he had done all the driving! Guilty conscience relieved! Then, out for a walk and ...
... out called Ithika. Lori is great at picking out places to eat and everyone was happy with this choice; Great Greek food, service and musical entertainment. We all left happy, full and tipsy. It was a long walk home, and as we passed the multitudes of Victorians smoking pot (a common theme in this area) we laughed and told stories. Once we reached the inn there were a few brief goodnights and we all headed in to get some rest for the long day of travel in the ...
... cards to the grandkids but they were going to cost $1.50 each to mail. I guess I forgot this would be international postage.
Back on the ship, we had lunch in DaVinci with a mom and son and another couple, all from CA.
It was formal night and we sat with Patrick, Fran, Vivian, Jean, Joan and George of the ...
... We were both a little apprehensive initially about our first cooking experience but the hunger took over and soon enough we were eating dinner (Spaghetti on Toast) with a great view of the ocean on a sunny evening followed by frisbee and cribbage.
Our first night sleeping in the van was good, we then headed to Elk and Beaver Lake and had breakfast whist watching rowers row and headed off on a 9km walk around the ...