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It was a pretty hectic day. At 9 the assembly started. At the end Ms MacDonald thanked us for helping at the school and we had to come up front to receive an envelope. It had a card in it from the teachers and a starfish necklace. Really nice.
Then in between recess and lunch I had half an hour to go to Ms Clarke's class again. They sat in a circle and I could sit on the chair. They all got a turn to say something or ask ...
... gone history and interesting displays all beautifully put together. Only problem we lost Peter around the 1st turn and didn't find him until he put an anouncement over the whole building..."this is an anouncement for Pam Bradley, Peter is waiting at the information booth" ... just like a lost child.
Walking around the living history of Victoria was so beautiful.
We decided to take a water taxi to china ...
... market - really nice with all kinds of food stalls and art shops - just before getting the ferry at Tsawwassen that has taken us to Vancouver Island (Sidney). The journey has been beautiful, riding through the islands and we have even seen a family of 6 orcas. Wow! Today, we are spending the night in Victoria, the lively capital of British Columbia. We did not know this place was so beautiful.
... the things one may not do and which seem to be far too numerous and slightly “in your face”. This rather heavy handed approach reminds me of Ngepi Camp back home on the Caprivi Strip, which although being a much more informal sort of bush camp, takes the opposite approach and totes warning signs such as “Please Walk on the
Grass”…..I know which I prefer.
The drive along the Washington State shore of the mighty Columbia River ...
... on hotel wifi but MacBook can't. Shooting with my Panasonic DMC because Victoria skies & ambient light is insuffient for iPhone especially during sunset. Will upload photos off card when I can. Some practical tips to survive & save money if your traveling to another country -- make sure you have a current passport & necessary visas, make sure you have currency & research lowest rates w/o transaction fees, have a credit card ...