Village Green Inn

Address: 141 Trans-Canada Hwy., Duncan, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9L 3P8, Canada | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Duncan

Getting ready to go

A travel blog entry by kimdibb on Feb 16, 2015

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... got a probiotic to help prevent traveller's diarrhea as well as anti-malaria pills. We got mosquito repellent, water treatment tablets and mosquito nets. Some people we have spoken to have taken anti-malarial medication, but others have not. Our contact at the charity where we will be working doesn't take it and doesn't advise taking it. We have decided to assess ...

Final times on the island

A travel blog entry by eloiseanddaniel on May 04, 2014

After our luxury recovery we honoured our promise to Mickey our lovely couchsurfing host and returned for another 2 nights. Eli doesn't know but we babysat so she went out and came back roaring drunk at 3am! In the meantime we had an animal encounter; a pair of raccoons tried in vain to break into the cat food bucket outside, trashing the yard! I had the fortune to drive ...

One day until we leave home

A travel blog entry by tkerrone on Jan 18, 2014

... dinner is cooking (including roasted veggies to use up all the vegetables from the fridge), the house is clean and the laundry is up-to-date. Phil and Betty, the house/pet sitters are coming over tonight to join us for dinner. Then they are driving us to the ferry in the morning. I also had phone calls from Kim and Gail - I hope they know how much I appreciate their ...

Vancouver Island - Victoria - day 2 & Duncan

A travel blog entry by walkersusa2013 on Oct 13, 2013

1 comment, 29 photos

... into the Strait of San Juan de Fuca in search of humpbacks and were successful in being able to watch a few. No Orcas around here. We went past Race Rocks and saw a couple of hundred sea lions who were busy making a racket. Some of them were trying to push others around without much success as some of the big guys can weight as much as 700k. There were some elephant seals tucked away in a corner sunning themselves. On another Island adjacent there was ...

Day Five: Victoria

A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 13, 2013

3 comments, 2 photos

... site. The first chance to use our national parks passes. This was an old military fort from 1878 till 1956 to protect Victoria. The lighthouse was built in 1860 and was the first on the west coast. Tired after a long day so ate at the pub attached to our accommodation. Interesting dinner menu. Wish I had taken a picture of Kev's steak. Let's just say it was much bigger than ...