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... wildlife as we possibly could. This would mean that throughout the journey, she would suddenly go "OH MY GOD, LOOK! LOOK!" at the top of her voice, scaring the **** out of me! Obviously I can't look but during that split second when your not sure whether to look or not, the car is all over the place! As I try to regain control of the car again & put it on the correct side of the road, I'd look quickly. I would have inevitably missed whatever it was but she'd get ...
My 12-step program to an amazing life.
and then the opposites to be able to achieve balance in life...
Nothing could be so simple as providing these words or ideas and expecting individuals to achieve an amazing life. ...
... night, and travelled to Gatwick. We then had to wait 7 hours for our (delayed) flight, only to sit on one of the most uncomfortable planes for 10 hours. When we arrived in Vancouver, it was raining. You could barely see a thing out of the plane windows upon landing, and I was rather disappointed as the scenery is apparently breathtaking. All in all, we were both tired and fed up, sitting on a ferry from the mainland to Vancouver Island. It was then that our ...
June 10th. Vancouver to Pender Harbor approximately 50 miles in 6 hours.
Pender Harbor is one of our favorite stops and we spend a night on the dock at Fisherman's Warf Marina. A hike to the pub for dinner and a little basketball (NBA Finals game ...
The Victoria Clipper leaves downtown Seattle and arrives in downtown Victoria two and a bit hours later. The hotel called a limo (love, love staying in nice hotels, lol) and less than 5 minutes later we were at the pier. The Ferry company has people dockside to help with your luggage, and the entire checkin process was really simple.
Clearing Customs at the other end was a bit of a trial and kind of freaked Kirsten out (I was WAAAAYYY over my limit, and ...