Travel Blogs from Victoria
Well, I finally made it to a PC again. Actually I'm in one of those natty internet cafes again. There's a lot of people in here, mostly nerdy types playing online games. So, I caught the bus from Prince George to Prince Rupert and managed to find a hostel. It was actually quite a nice small town, from what I saw of it (I arrived at 8pm and left at …
... of float planes taking off all the time.
Interesting counter lever bridge with a lump of cement on the end. It is to be replaced shortly. Industrial area with this car crushing plant - the stockpile was being loaded onto a truck to be taken away ...
... I got a scoop of berry cheesecake ice cream and they put a waffle cone triangle as a garnish. It was AMAZINGLY delicious but also about $5-6 for just the one scoop. Worth it. We came across a night market by the water where we found a little street cart selling the best authentic Mexican tacos. They were so good; we bought some to take back to our boss since she’s from Mexico.
Back onboard, I had to get the rest of my ...
whales and the visiting ones. They eat different things, one lot eating Salmon
and other fish, the others small and larger mammals, such as seals.
After 40 minutes of whizzing across the ocean, we slowed to
travel alongside two family groups, who were travelling together. Nine of them,
sometimes all rising at the same time.
Given our familiarity with so much of the world, our senses are
sometimes a little dulled, we are so used to the ...
Once again Mike cooked us a great breakfast, then set off for a hike around Lake Thetis which is approx 20 minutes Away from Mike and Sandra's house. Fortunately the rain held off , making for really nice conditions to walk around the lake which took approx an hour to walk around. After lunch we went to Cindy Higgs patents place for afternoon tea. They took us to Goldstream, hiked down to the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed