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... 11o'clock ferry we are waiting for you!
A calm crossing but can't see much clouds are very low - clears a bit as we near Victoria;
Pam is ready with a cup of welcoming tea - we take a short tour of Victoria and a lovely visit to
her son Nic and gorgeous family,,,,
September 30 we plan our day and include a visit to Value Village - it is huge, not as many raincoats as I had predicted!
Lunch is at the Bengal Lounge in ...
... beer taster selection - six small glasses, one each of their six draught beers, all made on site. IPA, raspberry ale, wheat beer, rye beer, a stout and one other I can't remember. Mostly delicious (the raspberry was not to either of our tastes), they didn't last too long so, as the restorative effects of the snooze had been counteracted by the snooze-inducing effects of the booze, we cruised back to the hotel for bed. Off to Tofino tomorrow - can't wait!!
Richard is still playing with the Pontiac the hood is always up and he thinks there is something wrong with the lower rubber pipe that goes from the engine to radiator. It looks soft and flat I hate with he goes online and self diagnoses things especially himself as I have to start planning the funeral.
Forgot to mention yesterday in the blog (was very tired from all the walking) that Darryl was ...
... Knocked on Grandmas door and say and chatted for a while before embarking on what I thought would be a short walk (forgetting I am with a fitness freak 1.5 hours later we arrived back!!) Grandma had chicken, salads for tea which was lovely! Felt so at home!!! The next morning we had bacon and eggs for breakfast and headed to downtown Victoria checking into a hostel downtown - HI VICTORIA ( it was okay we where in a 20 dorm am was only a few people there so ...
... was bra's hanging from the ceiling, dim lighting from fairly lights, signed bank notes stuck to the walls and crunching under foot where people had thrown monkey nut shells.. Still we decided we were there so we would have a drink. Andrew sampled the local beer whilst I had a ginger ale, we also got a free bucket (like a sand castle bucket) full of monkey nuts. Apparently its tradition to throw your shells on the floor as it's a hillbilly pub. So off ...