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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 ...
While we were having our tea, the owner of the condo came down to the restaurant to inform us that our condo was now ready for us.
The owners then gave us a tour of the condo, gave us the keys and advice on things to see in the area. I then gave them a cheque for the remaining amount still due.
The condo was located on Johnson Street in Victoria. The location was close to the Parliament Buildings, the Royal BC Museum and ...
... ferry tour that is no bigger than a bath tub and seats 12, we thought they may only take 8 with Rob and Steve on board! It is a busy harbour with float planes, cruise ships and many other vessels - we felt like Captain Pugwash! My family would not believe that I queued up to buy fish n chips .... 45 min to order and another 8 min for delivery, but delicious well worth the wait. By the end of the day we had to find ...
... then she taught me two handed patience. Was kinda cool. Headed to bed round 11pm - after booking greyhound to Victoria tomorrow. Woke up and headed to a 2 for 1 breakfast where had my first eggs Benedict! Wow I have now found something I like to eat at breakfast time! :) whilst waiting for our food Danielle ran down and bought us a Nanaimo bar each where we would eat this later on the Greyhound bus! Arrived downtown Victoria and tried to find the connecting bus ...
... Parkesville, seeing the lovely quaint towns, including Duncan, the Totem Pole City, and Chemainus, the City of Murals. Another day Goldstream Provincial Park, home to 400-500 year old red cedars, was our destination, as well as Thetis Lake Beach, a swimming lake crowded with throngs of kids and teenagers celebrating the short summer here. Surprisingly, a highlight of our stay in Victoria was High Tea at the ...