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Comfortable and loved having a pool. Room got pretty warm though. Only downfall.
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Today we picked up the car, the first time I had ever driven abroad. To say I was nervous was an understatement but now we didn't have to rely on any public transport. We had total freedom. Getting back to the hotel from the rental office was easy. However, on our way to the ferry we got horribly lost. We missed the turning and couldn't work out …
After the 4 hour road trip singing along to 90s hits radio station we make it to Victoria. I still can't believe how natural Murray is at driving on the wrong side. I'm still confused. Victoria is much bigger than Tofino and we couldn't see the street of the hotel on the map so we parked and went into tourist info. Turns out we had gone past it but …
... move out here! (There was one listed for sale...) The weather is so fabulous for much of the year, and the city is a gem of people-oriented living.
This delightful discovery was followed by a pleasant saunter through Victoria's Chinatown - which incidentally is the oldest Chinatown in Canada, and the second oldest in North America, after San Francisco's. It sprang up in 1858 after the discovery of gold in the Fraser ...
... it is too big. This is not a bike box like you might see on a train or a plane . . . well, look at the picture, and you’ll get the picture!
The bus driver shows up . . . and inquires as to what she is doing . . . he explains the rules are a maximum of 84 inches . . . he gets out a tape and measures the box . . . and marks 84 inches (it is currently about 96 inches) . . . she is trying to re-jigger the contents to fit into a shorter box.
... go nuts with as much and whatever flavor yoghurt and toppings as you want before slipping into a food coma and not leaving the hostel again until we had to emerge at 4.15am the next day to get the multitude of buses/ferries back home to start work on time at 2.30pm! We did catch the sunrise over the water, then 24hours later watched it rise again from the top of Grouse Mountain with only 3 hours sleep in between! New Years on the mountain – what better way to see in 2013?! ...