Little Inn on Willow
Travel Blogs from Chemainus
... well as elections for the parliament and municipal positions. The current ruling party, the National Party came to power through a US planned and supported overthrow of the democratically elected President, Mel Zelaya. During the years of Zelaya there were actual improvements in the situation of the poor majority. He had doubled the minimum wage and private investments actually increased. The old oligarchy, literally 10 families, have ...
... a really good, but fairly expensive restaurant. This was the second time where we had supper as a group. it was really nice. I had baby back ribs. So good!!!
At the end of supper, we headed to the dress rehearsal for the upcoming Chemainus Theatre Festival show "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story."
We were very fortunate, to be able to see the dress rehearsal of the professional show. In the audience, it was only the 16 of us, ...
We could not visit Vancouver without a trip on that famous ferry over to Vancouver Island. One of the most scenic ferry routes you can imagine.
We took the skytrain from Vancouver to Bridgeport and then the city bus to Tsawwassen Ferry terminal. We bought walk on passenger tickets which wasn't expensive. We then got ...
... hoping I was alone among three seats. Of course not. The woman next to me was Canadian but seemed to have a really mixed heritage who I classified as pleasant, but a little out there: super vegan food, reading advanced reflexology type stuff and massaging certain power spots on her hands to promote wisdom....admittedly nice, which was a relief, but still odd. Next to her on the aisle was a gr 8 Saudi Arabian girl travelling with her parents, who had just done the ...
... and a lot of perseverance to get through all of this.
Landing in Vancouver.
Going through customs.
Rechecking my bags.
Completing what I jokingly called the "prisoner transfer".
Exchanging stickers for chapstik (and photo CDs - Jennie is very efficient).
Back through security.
Removing my 2Degrees ...