Travel Blogs from Qualicum Beach
... coming through the ground and rooting into my body. Filling each and every moment with a different flick of the hip. Seeing the warm light and feeling the energy course in through the ground and pulsing in waves through my body and into my soul. The insecurities which arose, realizing I am terrified to go and just how much I am going to miss my girls and there solid supports in my life. Char, oh char, she is the ray of light the warmth that fills my soul. Her ...
... be built out of it.!!!! Another beautiful area. Then on to Port Alberni which is at the head of a fiord with step tree cladding sides, right down to the water's edge. Good place for tea and cake. Seems to be a port for timber. The 100 km drive on down to Ucluelet was through stunning valleys with steep mountain peaks up to 2000m, and some with remnants of snow on them. there were also some large fresh water lakes. Many mountains had sheer cliffs which ...
... he calls “mutt ball” which consists of throwing small handfuls of the grey stuff at the legs of any adult too slow to get away. David and I are starting to relax, thinking we have dodged the predicted “unexpected journey” when we hear cries overhead. A pair of bald eagles swoop across on their way to look for fish. As if on cue, Kirsty looks across and comments “oh, about tomorrow ...
... uneventful once by Hope, BC. Huge traffic jams in Vancouver with the new Port Mann bridge being built, so took an extra 1.5 hours to get to the ferry. Needless to say I was gonna miss the 10:30 sailing. When I pulled up to the gate the lady said "good news, the ferry is behind schedule so you'll make the 10:30". It was 10:50 - wahooooooo!!!
Well made it to mom and dad's with plenty of time to spare. Mom was out at the time for a ...
... the morning my brain must not have been functioning properly, as when I arrived at Horseshoe Bay I left my backpack on the bus. In that backpack, I had my passport, laptop, return flight ticket, insurance documentation, Epi’ pen, and work visa.
I think the big guy upstairs thought he would give me a break at this point, because instead of me having to miss the ferry, to go to the bus station to find an emptied backpack, the bus ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed