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... surrounded by fellow Grand Pacific and Far East Voyage passengers J
Saturday morning Barbara presented me with another blog for
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Gustave Flaubert once said “Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the
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... community in a quite remote area of Olympic National Park it is absolutely stunning(there's that word again) and the beach is glorious a mixture of dark sand and pebbles with lots and lots of trees and branches washed up along the shoreline the eroded rock formations on the ocean are very dramatic a beautiful beach with just Jackie,me and two other people on it,in the inlet to the harbour we stood and watched seals swimming and playing and Golden eagles sitting in ...
... to the street. The cart is a nice large one, like at the Marriott and Hyatt . . . but the elevators are quite small . . . as in a lot of inner city, older hotels, so it takes some maneuvering . . . but mission accomplished. We get a cab on a sunny holiday Monday morning in Victoria and we are on our way to the Black Ball ferry terminal to ride the Coho!!
We are plenty early, I get our tickets and we settle the bags with Carol and her Nook . . . I look around and take a ...
... then another appears . . . and another . . . so it was not a problem!!! YEEAHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
We made it to our hotel . . . and it was a very nice one . . . but there is another tour guide . . . running interference with the front desk on some problem . . . and it takes almost 20 minutes to get checked in . . . but I get a luggage cart to get our bags to the room . . . and we get something to eat (fast food tonight) . . . then turn in . . . or so we think . . . ...
... of two spaces near the cabins ( but not obviously allocated to a cabin). Just as I get out, an old woman comes from a cabin near to the space and says to her husband ( not to me), "She has parked in the space we wanted to park in". Not wanting any problems, I say that I am just checking in and will move it in a couple of minutes when I know where our cabin is. This isn't good enough and the husband asks me to move ...