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... been based pretty much solely on the movie Free Willy). For example, I never knew that they don't sleep, they never stop moving, and their pods are made up of blood relatives only - apparently orcas never leave their mothers sides. We were also told that they are fairly indifferent to humans and boats, I guess because they are at the top of the food chain, and have no reason to fear us. I can't remember how many we saw ...
Vancouver Island shouldn't be like this. Vancouver Island is like Britain, hell it's capital is called Victoria, after Queen Victoria, the British flag is flown nearly as much as the Canadian flag. The weather should be similar to, temperate, not overly cold in winter, not particularly not in summer, cloudy. It shouldn't be a Mediterranean climate, but it is. It's hot, the skies are cloudless, the ground dry ...
... the waterfront and began our touring along the harbor. With a wide variety of sailboats, powerboats, and water taxi's dotting the waterfront in the sunshine it was a sight to behold. The backdrop to the harbor is just as stunning with the beautiful architecture of the BC Parliament building and the Fairmont Empress Hotel overlooking waterfront.
After strolling around looking at the street merchants that setup in the harbor we decided to head to Big Bad John's ...
... b) I even heard the reverse that they had overbooked a flight and were asking volunteers to take the next flight.
Finally we arrived in Victoria and caught the shuttle to our hotel which was for the first night the Rialto perfectly adequate but as it was on a corner block alongside to intersecting busy roads quite noisy. We wanted to stay at the Empress the whole time but they were fully booked the first night. Had time for a walk around mid town Victoria. Lovely ...
... a fantastic sight.
We then move on to Rialto beach just across the bay from LaPush and again this is equally dramatic and again barely anyone about.we move on to Hoh rainforest which is unbelievable with all the different ferns and huge trees it's hard to believe we are in the United States did a short walk through the Spruce Trail about a mile and a half when we return to the visitor centre we see a herd of elk feeding in the stream and in the surrounding woodland,what ...