Port Augusta Inn and Suites
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Our second day in Comox started in a long quiet morning with coffee in our oceanfront patio with really good coffee provided by our host, Mike. The room turned out to be our own little with separate entrances, kitchen, bath and sitting room attached to bedroom. The back exited onto a oceanfront ...
... around. I got the scoop on some flatwater kayaking and will probably do that tomorrow and Saturday. Comox is on the Strait of Georgia, described in the classic, The Curve of Time, and tomorrow I will do a little paddling out there; should be interesting. Again having perfect weather now and perhaps through the weekend.
Today is Fri. 6/6/14, so I've been here in Comox a few days and will likely leave Mon. AM for the west coast ...
There is a difference between a vacation and traveling. Vacationing can be sitting on a beach relaxing, hanging out in a hotel, or taking in entertainment shows; traveling is far from this. Traveling is a full time job. It is figuring out how to get around, where to sleep, how to order food, it's about learning cultures, history, and languages. It doesn't pay in dollars but the rewards are very satisfying. The amount I spent this year traveling ...
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... 22 degrees so quite pleasant. Seals and otters were out in force so that was fun to watch. About 1 1/2 hour later we arrived at Swartz and with minimal fuss we unloaded and found our way to Butchart Gardens. Once again I doubt there are words to describe this place. Originally a quarry area providing material for a cement quarry the owners wife started the gardens over 100 years ago and today they cover some 55 acres. From the Italian garden, Japanese ...