McMillan Suites at Roche Harbor Resort
Travel Blogs from Roche Harbor
... the trail is just a little sharper now.
Now we are settled into a nice hotel room where last night we were soaked, full of sand and forced to sleep in a tent, well ok we chose to, but the dichotomy is still very strange.
We will stay in Victoria and enjoy Canada day here returning on the planned date. No photos for today as they are on the big camera, I will try to upload them tomorrow.
We'll good night from Victoria.
... down to Wallace Point (just around the corner from Peter's Cove), and passed a number of sport fisher boats and one commercial boat that looked like a crab boat. Naturally there are always ferries in the background. The photo is from the trip back. We stopped to speak with a friend who was working on his stairs to the beach (Sandy), and then headed back. Near Sandy's there was a huge log that had washed up on the rocks (see ...
... of my journey, however, is figuring out what is right for me - maybe making a mistake or two along the way, but I will never know until I try.
- Fuzzy blanket and pillow (this folds down flat to just a small blanket, but on the airplane I will have both a blanket and pillow)
- Blackberry Playbook and Blackberry Phone (will be unlocked so that I can use SIM cards from ...
... mum and dad you would have loved it especially and we have lots of pics to show you - even though we had to rush the morning. The colours were so vivid. When we got back to the downtown area we caught the bus again to Craigdarroch Castle, a gorgeous house (ha!) in a normal suburban street that was built in the 1800s by a coal magnate. Stunning and apparently cost around half a million dollars back then to build - to give you an idea of how well off the ...
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