Anco Motel

1885 Cliff Ave, Courtenay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Courtenay

Oh the weather outside is frightful

A travel blog entry by milouleeijen


... Rob got the chance to hang out with us). But it wasn't the type of bowling I am used to. There were only 5 pins, each with a different number of points to it if you knocked them over. And then strikes and spares also had their own points. And then the balls... They were very small, I don't know what to compare them with. No holes in them. Nice colours though. The light blue one was my favourite.
We started playing and Rob went ahead of me. I came ...


A travel blog entry by milouleeijen


... see that the kids need some individual help with math or reading for example. I wish I could be in two places at the same time. And then there are other teachers that would like to have us, I just don't like to disappoint someone I have been loyal to for the first few weeks. This describes a feature of a dog I suppose... I don't know, I feel a bit weird about it because I don't really know what to do about it. They are all ...

Another Island Another Ferry - Vancouver Island

A travel blog entry by jmjeans


... to get more so as the BC government just announced a 12% rate increase over the next three years! From Nanaimo we headed to Courtney to visit M'Elaine and Paul Healey, long time friends from Newfoundland who moved to BC years ago.

We parked our trailer in the Putledge River Campground run by the Komoks First Nation. The good weather continued so we were able to get in a few good hikes and tour the area around Courtney and Campbell River. We visited ...

Beautiful Victoria

A travel blog entry by sueincanada


... some money. Then inside the hall were donated items (garage sale stuff) where you could wander and choose anything that took your fancy and just walk away as the items were free. Helped me chose a book to read in Alaska! In a nearby shed was the recycling, need I say more - except it was very orderly and organised, if I hung around I only seemed to be in the way! In the afternoon we walked the ...

Van Isle fun

A travel blog entry by benandlindsey


... might as well make a stop in at Bamfield on the way out to see the fascinating Marine Station and pick the brains of some of the world-class marine biologists who are stationed there.

More photos from the Carmanah/Bamfield trip can be found here: ...


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