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It is probably one of the hardest things to do in my life is to pack for 5 weeks in 8 different countries in one suitcase with room for souvenirs. The only pillow I can actually fall asleep on I can't fit in, I can't take a blanket for the plane and the hardest 3 things of all I can't take my dog, Ricky; my computer or my books.
... kiosk and check in with your confirmation, pay your money. (We had already paid the reservation fee, but not the ferry fee.) Well, while waiting, we went into their service center. Before you get to the rest rooms, there must be about 20-30 food and apparel/souvenir vendors strategically placed along the way. Could not believe the array of vendors! And, the ferry itself was modern with a clean vehicle level, business center, small electronic phone private charging ...
... Unfortunately there was not one restaurant or shop with adequate supplies in Pedder Bay, so we had to drive all the way back into town, where we found a nice fish and chips place for dinner. The next day we drove into Victoria and had a look around at the sights. We were all still on edge from the fight last night and Michael had no interest in seeing Victoria today, ...
... to do. Making many meals for the boys, baking and freezing things so they don't go hungry. Manicures, pedicures, getting my hair touched up and trimmed. Lots of last minute things.
Last month, it seemed like there was still lots of time before we left, now it's only a week. Time sure creeps up quickly. I can't wait . . . if you're following along with this blog, feel free to leave comments along the way . . . Bon Voyage!
... came back to the dorms for a presentation from a cultural ambassador representing the 4H club. Then it was off to bed since we have a very early and very busy day tomorrow!
Up and at them bright and early was this group of delegates. We ate breakfast in the university dinning and then headed towards Nanaimo. Our first stop was the Petroglyphs where we first saw cast models and then walked a ...