Prancing Horse Retreat

Address: 573 Ebadora Lane, Malahat, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0R 2L0, Canada | Inn
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This inn, located on 573 Ebadora Lane, Malahat, is near Butchart Gardens, Victoria Butterfly Gardens, and Gowlland Tod Provincial Park.
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      Wakeboards, hammocks, football and concussions

      A travel blog entry by simonedimarie on Jul 17, 2014

      8 photos

      ... creams and played 'boom-town' with Emily, Anna, Annabelle, Deb, Erin, Marley, Phil and Jason, Nicole and I hammocked outside in the woods. She'd talked about it earlier that day and said she'd slept outside on her own. I thought she was crazy and brave at the same time. Naturally I was intrigued and so I asked her if I could come with her this time. We found a spare hammock somehow (apparently that's a canadian thing), and I went out about 11 when the moon was big and ...

      Trying to make sense of it all

      A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Dec 24, 2013

      7 comments, 6 photos

      ... some essential support from European NGO's. Various times Melo emphasized the difficult economic challenges he faces in finding funding for both ERIC and Radio Progreso. The radio could seek more advertising revenue to an extent. ERIC because of the nature of its work is not likely to receive much financial support nationally - and there have been indications that the incoming government has already expressed its displeasure with the work of ERIC, especially for its surveys ...

      Day Seven : Victoria

      A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 15, 2013

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... 100's of trees felled in the process. Many rooms were full of period furniture as well. Family that built it had quite a story. The husband died just before it was finished so never got to live in it. Family only had 18 years in it. Bit of a s---fight after the wife died which ended in court contests over the will. Eight daughters and two sons survived the parents and house and contents all sold off. Used for many different purposes since including as a military hospital in ...

      A Loooooooooooooooooooooong Bus Ride!

      A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Aug 04, 2013

      23 photos

      ... bad roast that has been on the burner wayyyyyyyyyy too long . . . and drink about half of it . . . I gently inquire as to where my order (that I have already paid for) is in the queue. It is coming right up, sir, says the pleasant young woman . . . and I look at her a little incredulous . . . no really, it is!! So, to encourages me a little . . . she asks me if I need plastic ware . . . yes, and could you put it in a sack so I can carry it with my coffees? Yes. So, I ...


      A travel blog entry by jesska91 on Dec 28, 2012

      20 photos

      After work was a mad rush to get to Vancouver Island – a trip that took 3 buses, a train and a ferry! We did both tsawwassen ferry trips in the dark, which is a shame because I have been told that it is so pretty to sail across- if our poor exhausted brains had even had the capacity to process the view! First night sarah and I were put up in a 5-stack – which is Canadian for van-in-a-trailer-park by Judie Hosie's very nice and uber hungover son and his ...