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We explore the town today, it's a compact city and easily walkable. It's an old city, that used to be the main settlement for the British in the area in the times of Queen Victoria, hence why the city is named after her. It doesn't have a plethora of old buildings, but those it does have are pretty impressive.
We walked around the harbour that is the epicentre of the city, and ended up at ...
... at victoria airport so I'm looking quite important as I type while flying. I'll have to figure out how to get victoria as the start point. As we approached San Franciso I was trying to spot either the Golden Gate Bridge or Alcatraz but I failed on both. I did notice though that we seemed to be having a race to the runway with another plane. It's a busy airport as I noticed planes taking off almost in unison, ...
... to turn and, sure enough, someone had hurled an inflatable sailor off the poop deck (or whatever they call it these days). The boat heeled as it turned and as all the passengers rushed to the side to get the best view we were suddenly in danger of turning a drill into the real thing. A zephyr inflatable was lowered and two crewmen prepared to retrieve the "body". However, the event must have looked pretty realistic ...
... Bikram Yoga practitioners and so look for available studios near where we stay. We will even book accommodation around outer desire to practice Bikram Yoga.
Hudson Hot Yoga is situated in the Hudson building near the Victoria Public Markets.
We had a good time practicing there. The studio is well equipped and clean and the teachers were all very well trained and helpful.
Victoria Public Markets
These are small markets ...
... Those weeks were pretty chill and we didn't really do much. We watched a lot of movies and surprisingly enough were able to make time in between to make plans for the next step of the trip.
We left Lethbridge in the afternoon of Thursday the 7th on a Greyhound headed to Victoria. The total travel time was 25.5 hours... that's WAY longer than I've ever wanted to spend on a bus. We drove overnight though ...