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... and listening to different accents, trying different foods/ales/ciders and wine, listening to live Irish music in Killarney and Kilkenny was a wonderful experience. If you do nothing else in life….see the Dingle Peninsula!
The British and Scottish Lake districts were beautiful with what my mother used to call "civilized mountains", but as we flew over the Rockies yesterday on descent into Vancouver, I think I prefer the majesty of ...
... chatting with others sharing our table. After lunch Ron and Suzanne headed directly back to the park while Don and I checked out the local farmer's market at the end of the lane leading to the pub.
On the trip back Don and I were on our own. The traffic was still very heavy and the locals were not traveling slowly! We arrived back safely and were ready for a special visit with a Junior Kindergarten friend of our daughter and ...
... and the length seem to diminish so it was a quick 2hr ride into the outskirts of Victoria to a place called Sydney where Steph had organised a bed and breakfast for 2 nights. On arrival everyone was suitable impressed with the accommodation a bed in breakfast Sydney style in includes use of outside kitchen n BBQ, bikes n kayak.... None of which we used!!! But still the room was more of a studio apartment, Harrison ...
... is a very safe church option, which is among the poor but not "from" the poor. Others are working in the private educational facilities which again provide excellent educational opportunities to those who can afford the tuition - which usually benefits those who are already the privileged or the struggling middle-class who make a huge sacrifice with the hope that this educational boost will help their kids make the break through to a better and more secure life. The poor are again on ...
... currently have a display of toys from the 1900's. I was very impressed with the cast iron toy stove that actually worked. Nanaimo is a much bigger city about 45 minutes south of Qualicum Beach
After the museum we went to the waterfront and walked.