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... a solo traveller, I will need to rely on the hospitality of strangers and hope to bond with others on a similar quest. I plan to overnight in refugios (pilgrim hostels) much of the time.
I enjoy walking, meeting new people, exploring new places, and learning about local history, legend and art.
Joyce also said,"Beauty wakens what is sleeping in our spirit. It relieves the veins of tiredness ...
24/25 July...today we boarded a ferry in Vancouver for a 90 min trip to Victoria. Our first stop is the Buchard Gardens which are expansive, immaculately groomed and themed eg Japanese, Rose, Mediterranean, Sunken etc. An explosion of colour. It is then on to our magnificent hotel..The Empress which is oozing the Victorian era. We are on the waterfront and the place is buzzing. High tea is available..we gave that a miss but had a cocktail in the Bengal room... Colleen had a Bengal ...
We're all packed! It looks like we have a lot of stuff, but most of it will be given away in Peru. We've got lots of books, games and socks to take to Cusco. We're so excited for tomorrow! Our biggest challenge is trying to sort out this Blog. This entry is our test. Fingers ...
... the 5pm ferry home.
Was nice to be home in our own bed, though I slept very well in Harvey and even awake with a few more aches here at home than in the RV.
Today Denis mentioned one of the places he thought the neatest on our trip-- Saguaro National Park-- it was indeed pretty cool there even though we only drove through it because of the government shutdown. I had intended to ask him what three or four images come first to his mind ...
... to see orcas we ended up back at the wharf with 10 minutes to spare. During our walk from the bike rental store back to the wharf it began to rain. It wasnt that big ol'fat rain thankfully and it wasnt heavy either but it was constant, enough to get you damp and to be a little annoying. Luckily the whale watching company had all the gear to ensure we stayed warm and dry. We got floatation wet weather jackets, waterproof pants, gloves and beanies. We but i especially, ...