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... to colonial times. It has a lot of more British-style buildings and is punctuated heavily by flowers - bright beds of them on every street corner and adorning many of the buildings. Certainly a big colour splash that makes the place seem very vibrant. In fact, the mood in the whole city is very light-hearted - everyone seems to be having a laugh and a joke (especially the water cab drivers) - perhaps it's because they're trying to curry favour with ...
... fertility and love had her carriage pulled by cats. The Vikings travelled eastwards towards Russia in addition to establishing settlements in Iceland and Greenland. Part of our ticket also included an IMAX movie called Vikings: Journey to New Worlds. The film helped to flesh out some of the details of this interesting culture.
... the solstice with a Fernfest of music and beer and food. Held in the small town square there were all sorts of bands playing from funk to marimbas. Its the sort of festival where you are more likely to fall over a child decorating the sidewalk with chalk than you are a drunk.
Only a 20 minute wander from Alice's house into downtown it's funny to see this city's fickle divides. Like every city only a road or a block between places can change its nature. The most direct walk ...
... Park: Beautiful park located just outside Victoria, accessible via bus or car. There is a number of hiking trails which lead to incredible viewpoints where the view is literally picture perfect. Definitely recommend this trail!
- Esquimalt: We spent the day walking along the waterfront. Beautiful ocean view and lots of old trees.
- Cadboro bay: located near University of Victoria. Cute little beach with nice walking trails. Great to relax ...
... For those not familiar with boats the bilge is the inside, lower part of the boat. Bilges, like martinis, are best when dry; water is supposed to stay on the outside of the boat. Anyway no prob, I just flipped the bilge pump switch and figured it would pump the water overboard. Wrong. The motor on the bilge pump (I just rebuilt) decided it was a good day to die.
Finding a replacement bilge pump in a small place like Port Angles ...