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... Thursday, which meant: yoga day! This Thursday was also the beginning of a very peaceful weekend. Marloes and I were going to dog-sit Jabulani, Christina's dog. She was away for the weekend and showed us the way around her place and where to walk with Jabulani. So we took a walk for way too long (okay, I'm just not used to walking for longer than an hour) and I was so tired I almost fell asleep at the beginning of yoga ...
... to be in the schedule when I thought it would be, so I ended up going from Mrs Clarke's class to Mrs Seymour's class and back and forth.
I figure I just don't like it when I need to tell someone I won't be there to help them and then do this a few times a day because I'm never sure when I have to be where for what. It makes everybody confused I guess, so it would be easier if I knew what to do. I like both classes though and ...
Hepatitis A ( done in 06 )
Hepatitis B ( final shot- yah! )
Typhoid ( oral )
Yellow Fever ( ouch...)
Rabies ( done in 06 )
Malarone ( taken day before entry,during trip Into squito zone and a few days following)
Anti - Piranha ( ..wear bright pink speedo or stay out of the ...
... was warm for the first 30cms so we just floated about in the shallows. Coming to a beach and taking a swim was definitely marking the summer now.
We followed the coastal highway up to our destination of the twin cities of Courtenay and Comox which are separated by a river. Comox is home to a large Canadian Air Force base and Courtenay was just a typical city. We checked into the Best Western Plus and lay down in a proper bed for the first time since Vancouver ...
... about wrapped up our night. 3lbs of shrimp, taco salad, caprese salad, sourdough bread and a few drinks later we were stuffed (rightfully so I might add there was only 4 of us). We stumble back to our respected boats and called it a night. Tomorrow will be a very short cruise, only about 5 hours long to a proper marina in Campbell River. We are leaving at 6:30 to ensure we hit the Strait of Georgia (yet again) early before the winds and currents pick ...