Traveller's Inn - On Gorge
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... with Tom @ Starbucks;
11) Lunch with Mair @ Empress Hotel Indian Buffet;
12) Dinner with Ross & Ann @ Rumrunners in Sidney;
13) Lunch with Dave @ his "showcase" house;
14) Lighthouse Brewery;
15) Five ferry crossings;
16) Chemainus, self-tour of town murals;
17) Beacon Hill Petting Zoo with Arwin ...
... we stood right at the front of the boat and seen the dogs jump up to attention on hearing the sound of the engine Harrison was soooo pleased to see them again, we walked through the closing market, collecting a free balloon shaped like a harly Davison n looking at stalls along the way we had a beer shared some tacos n headed back to our b n b. yet again Steph we had an amazing day.... Sad that it's the last day with Steph but what a way to end it :-) Sent from my ...
... on the bus and when the doors opened we were first cab out of the ferry so to speak and away we went joined a freeway system when this lady came up and started to talk to the driver who by the way nearly died of a heart attack as she had just tapped him on the shoulder and said "Excuse me driver but you did not stop in Swartz Bay" he looked at her and said did you not hear me say if you want to get off at Swartz Bay you will need to walk off the ferry, and he then said ...
... This was really good as we heard some stories that were not the normal touristy info.
We then decided to go up the local mountain for the sunset views and a brisk short walk to the summit to see the greater Victoria area.
Susan insisted on a quick trip to Walmart. We enjoy seeing the American style shopping experiences that we hear about on TV. We looked around a few other shops ...
Sans autre choix à part une chambre d'hôtel ($$$), nous y sommes allés. Résultat: employée chinoise à l'accueil ne parlant pas anglais, auberge pleine de SDF et quelques junkies, et les dortoirs communs dégoûtants. Dans celui des hommes, les casiers pour mettre ses affaires sous clef avaient été forcés tellement souvent qu'il y avait des trous dans les panneaux de métal. Nous sommes retournés aux autres auberges, juste pour voir, mais rien à faire, ...