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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.
... it. We vowed that the next time saw one we would stop and get one done. So we sat down, chatted to the bloke and got a characterture drawn. I like the result, although Dan believes that he looks more accurate than I do.
We dropped the completed drawing at the hotel and then set off. We walked along the coast to Fisherman's Wharf - a collection of restaurants on a pier, continuing along past the cruise ship dock to the breakwater. We walked out on ...
... and imitating animal gestures! Stuart and Sarah thought it was hilarious to watch. This lasted pretty much the entire journey. After the ferry crossing we had a 40 minute drive into the centre of Vancouver where we met back up with Tess and had to say our goodbyes to Steph. Stuart Sarah and Harrison all agreed it had been an amazing holiday and couldn't thank Steph enough for making it all possible. Not only being organiser but also tour guide ...
... huge and we knew we only had a full day here. We got to the hotel the Ramada Inn it was very nice and it had a surprise pool. Yey. We didn't realise how tired we were and decided to have a swim and eat at the Greek restaurant in the hotel. We also had a few drinks which seem much stronger here and we were soon merry. I had researched what the main attractions were so we could work out a route. We headed in ...
... we had got back to downtown and decided to treat ourselves to elevensies! Victoria, being influenced by England, has a tea drinking culture not found in many other places in Canada! It has a number of tea houses selling many many flavour of teas! We stopped at the popular Murchies and had a 1894 orange peko??? Which I think was the closet to normal tea! It tastes the same anyway and went down nicely with a cream scone and Jam! I actually think ...