Union Club British Columbia
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... on our trip north to the Olympic Peninsula.
Leaving the ferry the rain basically stopped and we headed towards the ferry ...
... way through small islands before reaching Vancouver Island itself. Vancouver Island is a small part of British Columbia, but about one and a half times the size of Wales. It's relatively uninhabited but is home to the capital of the province of British Columbia, Victoria, and this is where we were heading. We had rented a property for a few days. It may have once been a garage perhaps, or maybe it has always been an outhouse, but it sits on a property of another house. ...
The Weather was overcast but was supposed to clear so we opted for hiking and more views of the Pacific. We were originally going to drive up the west coast to Port Renfrew which is supposed to be one of those marine drives with great views but no one was really that interested in another roller coaster drive. Instead we opted for East Sooke Regional Park which is on a peninsula sort of south and west ...
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Another lovely sunny day and the gardens were very crowded, in the Gift Shop I even talked to another Australian lady who been dragged there by her friend she had never heard of them . She did come from Canberrra though.
Just came in from another day of sightseeing, first was a few hours at the Victoria Museum, mostly spent looking the natural history section. Some excellent dioramas showing the birds, trees and animals in ...
... which is fantastic and we follow them for about an hour watch them swimming and also killing an unfortunate seal which stupidly didn't realise that they were there a magnificent sight and a real honour to see these creatures in a natural habitat the boat heads back to Port Townshend about 6pm after another great day on board boat with a super crew,another great memory from this great trip
we SLOWLY drive back to Port Angeles where the sun is still shining and back to ...