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... part of Duncan. The Totem Poles came about as an idea to attract people to visit the town and it was deemed an unusual but effective suggestion. There are now approximately 80 poles around the town. There is a series of yellow footprints to follow (known as the Totem Tour). We had a walk around the older part of Duncan then stopped for coffee at an independent outlet where Karen had visited before. Both ladies had a standard coffee, but as it was the official first day of ...
... river fishing when they signed up for this, only to find out that they were heading out to the ocean. Out came the travel sickness pills and the "Seabands" on the wrists. Mind you, Bern & I also swallowed pills and wore the same gear!
So us girls farewelled the boys and Jenny at 1 pm, then set about having more of a look around the harbour area until 3 pm for our flight. ...
... fish - canapés in the bar
*Gold leaf risotto - Le Champagne dinner
*Fresh-squeezed orange juice - La Terrazza breakfast
*Scrambled eggs with sautéed mushrooms - La Terrazza breakfast
*CHEESE - I had a cheese platter at least once a day (available at breakfast, lunch, room service, or after dinner in the restaurant)
As soon as it was dark outside in Victoria, Scott and I left the Shadow so we could take some pictures of her ...
... rain. Unfortunately, Jeff has pulled a hamstring or groin muscle so he had to sit out the tour. He spent his time in the coffee shop reading his Kindle and listening to the conversations around him. Our room at the Empress hotel is wonderful. We have a 1 bedroom suite that looks out on the harbor. We will explore tomorrow....after we get dinner and a good night's ...
... We were both a little apprehensive initially about our first cooking experience but the hunger took over and soon enough we were eating dinner (Spaghetti on Toast) with a great view of the ocean on a sunny evening followed by frisbee and cribbage.
Our first night sleeping in the van was good, we then headed to Elk and Beaver Lake and had breakfast whist watching rowers row and headed off on a 9km walk around the ...