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... watching the ducks and Canadian geese swim by. Herons were nesting high in the trees. Walking down Superior Street towards the back of the Government Building we passed The Albert Porter House (B&B) dating back to 1896. Thankfully we were booked onto an air conditioned coach for a 90 minute tour of Victoria and suburbs. Mount Tolmie offered spectacular views of Victoria and mainland including Washington ...
There have been several times whilst travelling where we have wished we had more time somewhere, or where we are already planning on coming back. Every now and then this is extended further and we get somewhere we think we’d like to live. Vancouver Island falls into this latter category. We really enjoyed Tofino, and we also enjoyed our full day here in Victoria too, probably helped a lot by it being a gorgeous sunny day by the sea.
... is they will only ship to the US. I had them send it to the hotel we had booked. With a bit more time, I would have sent it to a friend in the US and had them send it up to me, since it is nice to have the plan when driving down the coast too.
In case it isn't obvious, you need an unlocked phone to use a different SIM card. I unlocked my old iphone 4 phone from Bell for $50. You can pay less to have it unlocked ...
... saw some seals & a couple of whales one came up very close to us! there were only 12 on the boat so was a good personal trip. Photos attached. Went to the cinema to watch Hangover 3 but it wasn't showing so saw World War Z with Brad Pitt (LIz's idea)!! Followed by pizza for dinner at the ...
... departed. They had a heap of shops and a Starbucks so I grabbed a coffee and admired the chocolate shop next door which had chocolate coated marshmallows, caramel toffee apples and plenty of other tempting treats. The ferry was only a couple of years old and basically like a small cruise ship with restaurants, games rooms, viewing decks and business centres on board. The boat could also carry a number of cars, trucks and buses. The trip across to the Island ...