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Today was a travel day gang from Vancouver to the ferry terminal at horseshoe bay (10 miles away) short queue and then hopped on the ferry across to Vancouver island without having to reserve tickets, just turn up and pay, nice! :)
Ferry crossing takes 1hour 40 mins, with some nice views and a sun deck is available, although it was quite …
... house to discover yes Sarah you can get sunburn in the fog!! The lobster look is on trend right? That nite Stuart Sarah Harrison Nathan Dayleen Jo and Steph ate at the hotel restaurant. The food was nice and the drink was flowing. The mosquitos were feasting on English blood!! We had a few more drinks once Harrison was tucked up in bed then..... a few more after that. Jo Dayleen and Nathan called it a nite ...
... seemed to go much quicker than waiting in the ferry queue and before long the island came into view. Vancouver Island isn't small like Kangaroo Island, in fact it is more like the size of Britain. After returning to our car, we drove out into a small traffic jam, before finally hitting the highway north. At Parksville, we turned west to drive to Port Alberni. The weather wasn’t great so we didn’t stop at any of the points of interest we had made. ...
... where alot of Canadians come for ski holidays so it drives prices up alot. we decided to do one of the activities we wanted to do and picked Dog sledding which was great you get a team of six Alaskan huskies not Siberian huskies which are the big fluffy ones and a guy called a musher to control them. it was great fun the scenery was great the dogs are very friendly and we rode on the back for abit aswell which is when eve stepped off the ...
... distractions. We drove through the mountains that form the spine of the island, studded with lakes and enrobed in thick forest. Cameron Lake was said to be the home of a prehistoric monster- Nessie's cousin perhaps? It was noticeably absent. On the shores of the lake was Cathedral Grove. Nothing beastly here either- other than Jim, who was desperately in need of a hair cut. We wandered amongst the twisting cedars, glimpsing views of the lake. Life ...