Sidney Waterfront Inn & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of the enclosures were, as you would imagine, pronounced and it was obvious that the deer were decimating the grasses. A huge impact on a small island created by people who wanted to hunt for sport.
We arrive at what I would call a salt marsh. I don't know if that's really what it is called, but it was clear that when the tide was up we would be standing in water. Al pointed to light green vegetation blanketing the ground at our ...
... Al pull sails in and out; Janet and I clinging on. Al shouts to John to steer to the right, and instinctively rudder boy steers to the left! Al shouts "how many knots?" John can't see the instrument panel clearly because of a glare, so I shout over the wind "11.3 knots; Wind speed 34". It is pouring down rain. We zoom past D'Arcy Island (an abandoned leper colony).
By now the sails are down, the seas are high and the boat is rocking like crazy. I wonder what it will ...
Another early morning start to board the International ferry from Seattle, USA to Victoria, Canada. There was a few moments of tension as Smoothie had to drop us off, go find where to return the hire car and taxi back again. Once again the timing all worked beautifully and Ruthy's worrying was for nothing. It was a catamaran type ferry, and I just had to ask the boys what the ferry was like,my memory totally obscured by a 'travel calm' tablet I took ...
... teaching he fell in love with her, said he was poor and he wanted to impress her was the reason He invented the phone. As a wedding present he gave her half interest in the telephone company. He died from diabetes at 75, she died 6 months later of pancreatic cancer, they spent 37 years in Beddick a very nice place to live. has only 700 people ...
... of our holiday lost. Our room wasn't ready, so we were given vouchers for free drinks in the ......... Room Very impressed with the hotel and the views. The harbour is very pretty and easy to get around. Robbo and I almost ran to catch the department store open to replace his suitcase as we didn't want to waste time tomorrow. Back to pick up Lorraine and Norm, then we went for a leisurely stroll before having dinner at a small bayside restaurant across the road overlooking the ...