Seabreeze Inne

Address: 101 Bittancourt Rd., Saltspring Island, British Columbia, V8K 2K2, Canada | Motel
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This motel, located on 101 Bittancourt Rd., Saltspring Island, is near Island Escapades Kayaking.
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      Travel Blogs from Saltspring Island

      Update on Magda

      A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Dec 27, 2014

      5 photos

      ... first denied is interesting in itself. The orphanage depends on foreign donations to help provide for the children. The previous year an American evangelical group came to the orphanage expressing interest in helping out. They were given access to the orphanage and took many photographs and videos of the children. The group then returned to the USA and ran an appeal campaign using the orphanage as the “hook” for their emotional appeals. None of the ...

      The Process

      A travel blog entry by budabbottblog on Sep 15, 2014

      1 photo

      ... The brain goes to 8-16 CPS in boring activity as when you are driving or washing dishes. When you are asleep your brain activity is 4 to 8 CPS. All these frequencies can be recorded in a persons brain at any one time but the dominant frequency by percentage is where you are in terms of your state of mind. In an OBE your mental activity may increase to 32-64 CPS. Every day we did a few practice sessions in the morning and a few in the afternoon. A ...

      Wakeboards, hammocks, football and concussions

      A travel blog entry by simonedimarie on Jul 17, 2014

      8 photos

      ... going wakeboarding- which I'd signed up for the day before, or just resting until 11am in the hammock. The sun was coaxing me awake so I decided to get my kit off and go down to the waterside.

      I'm so glad I did it. The waterfront leaders were really encouraging, especially since it was my first time doing it and I'd never tried even skiing or snowboarding before. Skateboarding when I was about 7 was the closest experience I'd have that would help me. Luckily ...

      Trying to make sense of it all

      A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Dec 24, 2013

      7 comments, 6 photos

      ... by violence throughout the country. The common experience of being robbed, anywhere or anytime, young men on bicycles carrying guns which they will use even when not threatened. Neighbourhoods called "caliente" - hot - because they are ruled by gangs such as the Mara's and they squeeze protection money from every home or little store, even the fellow who has a little cart from which he sells fruit or cigarettes. There are no exceptions - pay or the gangs come against the family to ...

      The Night Before

      A travel blog entry by bigfootineurope on Sep 21, 2013

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... br> At 9:30am tomorrow morning I will close my ill-fitted front door and walk down my stairs to make my way by car, by ferry then by bus to the Vancouver airport. 4pm my flight leaves and there is no turning back. It will have begun and I'm anxious as hell but know the good will quickly silence the fears. Dani the Self Doubter will be left at the airport's gate and hopefully she will have gotten tired of waiting by the time I get back.