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Travel Blogs from Nanoose Bay
... deer with no eyes? No eye deer!' Boarding FB was pretty un eventful and we left on time. We couldn't miss its mooring , it was the only boat house that was pink and lime green. We stood around watching the crew load the ship with cargo. The crew , would you believe that one the deck crew was an Aussie from Tasmania. The vermin are everywhere! A leisurely cruise down the inlet. What was amazing were the cottages along the waters edge. The ...
... walk. We thought we would be in Duncan around 3 hours. Well, were there for about 3 hours, 2.5 hours spent in Barbara's food heaven. A place called Duncan Garage. It is an organic foodies haven, for everything. Actually, the food was the best I have eaten thus far and the service was friendly and quick. Finally a place in Canada that can make a good latte. The girls think that you have to have a tattoo, a nose ring, and an eyebrow pierce ...
... and ready for every experience.
In Courteney, a town I did not see, I began walking along the highway to find a decent spot until I found another hitchhiking is illegal sign. I decided to set up on a merge lane about 100m before the sign; the theory being that if I was before the sign then maybe drivers would forget it was illegal and my chances would increase.
I wasn't sure if the location was any good though because to stop there would be illegal anyway. Oh well, ...
We hope everyone is OK; I've been meaning to write a short blog since we left but simply, I couldn't be bothered! However now we've left Canada, it's probably the perfect time to start our blog and fill you people in on the events of our travels through our 1st county, Canada!
A lot has happened in the month since we left the UK; we left just as the heatwave in the UK started (Damn it!), Millwall lost all their games and me & Nicky traveled ...
... Grove to look at the massive Douglas Fir trees. They're pretty big, but these aren't as big as the ones that were cut down in the logging days. Once we got into Victoria we had lunch in Badi and Lesley's favorite Persian restaurant where we enjoyed some traditional Kabobs. After lunch we walked to the harbour and received a free hug on the way, to the most impressive parliamentary building. At 4pm Cat and I went on a tour of the building which has some very nice rooms and stained ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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