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A day of rest looms today, after a good nights sleep, but a bit of a sleep in as we put the clocks forward 1 hour last night.
Pamela but very interesting still not feeling to well today and has spent the day in the resting position.g.
I went upstairs for breakfast had it with a very nice American couple we exchanged our tour stories, had plenty of laughs, and food to top it off. Had a good roam around the vessel, went to the complex area ...
... we needed to get back into the sun. The Museum was in an old Court House, the actual courtroom can be seen on Level 2. Levels 1 & 2 have various models and the history of marietime developement on the west coast of Canada. There was an interesting Field Trip project where a numbere of artists were asked to commerate the loss of life in Japan after the Tsunami in 2011. There have been a number of objects washed up on Canadian shores since that time.
... like washing before heading into downtown to have a look around and get some dinner. The sun was still shining and lots of people were out enjoying the beautiful wharf area. Victoria has lots of buskers this time of year - we even caught a circus show. If there is one word to describe Victoria it would have to be 'pretty'. The place is just beautiful with lots of great architecture surrounding the bay.
We wandered from one end of the ...
... British Columbia happened. 'When it rains here, it just rains,' the locals told me as I hopped from boutique to boutique, opening and closing my little pink umbrella. So true. The rain continued until late afternoon and by then the whale watching cruises were over for the day. Oh well. Back to the hostel to enjoy some weirdos!
When I entered the big female dorm hall and found an old lady in the bunk bed next to mine, I wasn't sure if this ...
... history of the village. Footprints on the pavement take you from one to another. This, and the other villages we visited, truly feel like they are from another time from decades ago. Small local shops, where everyone has a time to chat. Very lovely, and I hope they remain sustainable, instead of giving in to big name brands making every high street look like a clone.
Duncan was a little bigger. Duncan's claim to fame is their Totem poles. 80 ...