Inn The Estuary

2991 Northwest Bay Road, Nanoose Bay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9P 9J9, Canada | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 2991 Northwest Bay Road, Nanoose Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Nanoose Bay

    Nanaimo to victoria

    A travel blog entry by sarahlamb1983 on Aug 06, 2014

    The day started with a quick trip to tim houltons (they are huge in Canada) to allow the girls to get there coffee fix and the boys a doughnut fix! Once everyone was satisfied we returned to the beach from yesterday to allow Sarah and Steph to have a dip in the ocean and allow the boys to play on the sand. Stuart had great fun building sand castles whilst Harrison had equally good fun destroying them and flattening roads ...

    A month at Cottonwood Farm

    A travel blog entry by rno791 on Jul 11, 2014

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    Bit of a long one but covers a month of my life ... So mid June saw me a train-coach-ferry-coach journey from Vancouver to Port Alberni on Vancouver Island. On the coach journey across Vancouver Island I met Naomi, who after discovering her life in Scotland wasn't too great, quit her job and was travelling and working on fruit picking farms. It's funny how many people have similar reasons for travelling. I was met at Port Alberni by ...

    Hornby island, the farewell send off

    A travel blog entry by tkuny on Sep 22, 2013

    ... We will eat breaky and the power will come on, the Ferrys will run and we will make it in time for Joelle to pick us up." One person commented with "sure, and there will be a red carpet too" As I finished my last bite of potatoes the power came back on, the sun began to peek through the clouds and the Ferrys were about to run within 5 mins. I said "where's my carpet" Talk about crazy meant to be!! We ended docking the ferry at 12:30. 1/2hr before the original planned ...

    To begin....

    A travel blog entry by katiedurvin on May 02, 2012


    ... this experience took me out of the pages of my Global Studies textbooks and into reality. I left feeling inspired, passionate, and ready to be a part of meaningful change in the world. Since my time in Uganda I started a fair trade jewelry initiative called Nalulungi jewelry, selling gorgeous products made my Ugandan women I met to people in Canada. The support the ladies received from so many of you has ...

    Flappin' all the way to the USA! 1st Leg - Canada

    A travel blog entry by seveandnicky on Oct 11, 2011

    ... fish, at this point flapping for his life on the rocks, was trying frantically moving back into the water as I was jumping about shouting at Nicky!! As I realise I should be shooting this moment, the fish-shark slips back into the water. I missed the shot! However this was clearly a fish attack; I dealt with it like a man! We also got drunk on a floating pub which was odd but wicked; finished 3rd in the pub quiz & it only cost $6 for food and too much drink! Not sure ...