Moon Water Lodge
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and the Atlantic Ocean and sand dunes, the old school dating from 1882 and an old pump where folks in bygone years had to fetch their water John also took me to see the Neolithic stones (2000 BCE) behind the train station - amazing!, They were located on Primrose Hill and locally it is known as the Table of the Giants but they are also known as dolmen do the Four Maols The story is That it is the burial place ...
... to you with more funky experiences next time. Ciao.
(This picture with the orca was taken by two very kind people who wanted to play photographer and we had a little talk with them. They took our picture and we took theirs.)
... that was a highlight even though our driver was a grump and seemed to not give a toss but that didn't matter as the trip was fantastic...needless to say he didn't get a tip :-)
Lunch was in the Don Mee Restaurant, 538 Fisgard Street China Town, although it was recommended (not by Robert) it was ordinary.
A short walk down the street yealded "the narrowest street in the world" Fan Tan Alley ...
... of local island beers so Ro was in heaven for a few more hours that day. We had planned to attend the pub crawl or even do our own with my parents but nothing could top our day and we wanted it to end on a high (plus my parents were tuckered out too from endless walking) so we headed back to the hostel and gradually got ourselves ready for bed. Victoria was as beautiful as everyone had described and despite the muggy and rainy weather, we would have to say that our stay here was ...
... walked around , had lunch , window shopped and had a good time . It was a fun afternoon. We headed to the ferry to Victoria. It was a very pretty sail around some of the many pacific Canadian islands to get to Vancouver Island. We also had a fantastic view of Mount Baker. We headed to our camping cabin. It was a little more remote than Buffalo ...