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After walking around there, we went back to the Royal BC Museum where we spent a few hours. Our legs got pretty tired, but it was lovely.
... Sequim is know for its numerous lavender farms that flourish in the mild and sunny climate here. We visited one of the farms, Purple Haze, located out on Bell Bottom Road. We happened to be here for the wrap up of the summer's lavender faires, the Distillation Weekend. The harvest of the lavender flowers has taken place already ...
... actually doing the Peak 2 Peak ride - they've constructed an amazing gondola ride from the peak of Whistler Mountain to the peak of Blackcomb Mountain - the longest unsuspended part is 3 kms long! Truly awesome views of the valley between these two big, bad boys.
Had dinner at an Irish bar in Whistler Village but the music was absolutely appalling (two wannabes with terrible voices) so we baled early and went back to watch the ...
... one overlander greeting another as we tend to do when passing on the road. Later on after we had arrived in Victoria we were to discover it was our Canadian friend Richard whom we had initially met back in the northern Baja in Mexico at Mama Espinoza’s motel when he and his Mexican friend Alfonso had crossed our paths and we had a fun time chatting about travel by bike and 4x4. We had exchanged contact details at the time and had hoped to make contact with ...
... along to Fisherman’s Wharf, to the Float Home Village, where there are seals which you can feed. When we were there, there was only one (really fat of course) and everyone was feeding it fish so I got to take some nice pictures of it.
Afterwards we went to the Empress Hotel, which is quite impressive, and then we split up and I walked through Chinatown, where I ran into an India festival, which was quite nice to see (I have a short video of a guy playing some ...
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