Sidney Waterfront Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... four different regions starting with Basque Country and ending at Galicia, each with there own culture, food and in some cases language. The Camino del Norte follows the coast on the north side of the Pyrenees mountain range, a route used when the Moores (Muslims) controlled most of the area now known as Spain. The Pilgrims used this North route because the Pyrenees Mountains offered protection, but was a much harder route because of the terrain and many rivers to cross. ...
... gardens later in the afternoon, as every evening during the summer months they put on a concert on the lawn at 7.30 - and it is light till almost 9 pm still. So we bought provisions for an evening picnic in the gardens and set off at about 3pm. Bunny is a very good guide, and we drove via a very scenic route - beautiful views of water on both sides of the peninsula, and valleys in between. ...
We made a lot of effort this morning to get out and on the road early on a mission to visit a few cute towns and end the day at the butterfly gardens. We did none of that. What we did end up doing was to take a wrong turn which gave us the opportunity to visit the fisherman's wharf of Victoria, a quirky jumble of houseboats and whale watching tour operators.
After a quick slide break at a cool playground we hopped back into ...
... had only seen the Sea to Low Cloud and Rain Highway and not the beauty of the Sea to Sky when its sunny. Taking into account the weather forecast and a limited amount of travel stress we decided to revisit this gem and we'd deal with the ferry crossings when we got to Tssawassen (or not).
With temperatures in the high 30s today it was a clear, beautiful run and Doug truly did see the splendour of the Sea to Sky. ...
... first camp site on South Pender Island across from Poets Cove.
We completed 18 km of paddling our first day (About 5 hours). Those who wish their arms not to wake them up in the night should be advised to train before doing 18 km in one day.
As we preceded to set up the tents we realized there was a little problem. No matter how experienced your guide, or how *******e tries to pack for a trip, miss communication can cause problems. We ...