Cherry Tree Inn
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... or upwards. After our morning out, we had a quiet few hours in the afternoon, then a long walk around the town and found a Starbucks J. Interestingly at our historic Empress Hotel they are filming a segment for a new mini-series: A Stranger in the House” film crew are here on our floor, quite friendly.
Our elective choice for the evening is to join a tour and dinner in Victoria’s China Town. Tomorrow is our first long day as we travel to ...
... with my niece Honeylyn and sister Terry, starting with a meet-up in Melbourne at HL's apartment.
Blogs will be forthcoming (hopefully in a timely fashion, not like our Christmas letter, which is still sitting on my computer desktop!), so welcome to our adventure 'down under'!
Doug & Tracy ...
... taco dinner. Rob has been on this huge sausage kick the last month. I can't let the guy go grocery shopping or else all he comes home with is a butchers ransom of Brats, smokies, bangers.....blah... But he has promised me August will be sausage free!
We ended our first night as three spoons (Robbie the large, me the medium and Lenny the small on the outside to be able to jump up quickly for chipmunk attack) on our double thick-blow up underneath the open starred sky.
... the same roads we had driven to Tofino (at least for the first 4 hours) so there wasn’t much new to see. We stopped by a lake for lunch but other than that it was just a lot of driving.
We got to Victoria at about 5pm and both felt a bit negative - it just wasn’t Tofino. In fact it seems quite a large normal city, but we haven’t seen much yet other than the road to our hostel.
We found out there was a firework show at ...
... and we met the bus driver, Gordo. We found seats three rows from the front. The bus picked up a few other people from a couple of other hotels and then we were on our way.
We bussed to the ferry. The driver gave us an excellent commentary - he was very informative. The ferry crossing took 90 minutes and we found a good spot on the open deck for the journey. Vancouver Island was where we were headed. We bought a grilled chicken and salad pack to ...