Anco Motel

1885 Cliff Ave, Courtenay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada | Motel
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A travel blog entry by milouleeijen on Jan 12, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... Bouey is her teacher on Fridays as well, but she isn't. So I think Thursdays are going to be a day off, because while I go back to school again my sleeping disorder is deteriorating...
The first week in Canada was easy going, I was tired before 9 and fell asleep immediately when I went to bed. I woke up pretty early, sometimes 2 or 3 times in the early morning, but when I got up I wasn't tired as I'm used to be. Now I can't fall asleep so easily ...

Happy New Year

A travel blog entry by milouleeijen on Jan 02, 2014

5 photos

OK. So from there on we went inside to buy a ticket to go to Duke Point, Nanaimo. We had to hurry, because it was a few minutes past 10 and the ferry would leave at 10:15. There were ticket machines, but I said to Marloes, let's go to the woman to buy a ticket, that's way faster. So I asked if we could buy two tickets to Duke Point and she said we couldn't go with the 10:15 ferry, so we would have to wait until ...

Exploring the Comox valley

A travel blog entry by lmc193 on Jun 26, 2013

3 photos

... cooked meal..... and i made enough for the next day!

We pretty much spent the evening chilling out and talking to the other guests who were canadians from some of the remote Islands!

Today we wanted to walk so a guy from the hostel gave us some directions to potential trails! We chose to head to comox lake and take the riverside trail to the dam! It was about 8k return but the terrain was easy! We even managed to forget about ...

The Heart of the Island

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Jul 07, 2012

28 photos

... waterfall.

We made a few quick stops on the way back at the other campground, Auger Point and Lupin Falls. Dave thought he could see money at the bottom of the falls so he rapidly took off his shoes to go and retrieve it. Unfortunately the cold water only revealed some pure white, quarter-sized stones instead. Back at the tent, we spent the evening taking it easy lazing along the lakeshore and playing some cards. Not a bad way to relax after a hard day’s ...

A bit of culture

A travel blog entry by fyrelizard on Sep 30, 2009

6 photos

We awoke to a cool, crisp morning. The bright autumn sun made the white boats at the dock almost blinding as the light reflected on their decks and hulls. It was a travel day, but we decided to take the lunchtime ferry back to Port McNeill, and spend the morning at the 'Umista Cultural Centre.

The U'mista cultural centre was fascinating. Its raison d'etre was to house a collection of articles ...

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