Travel Blogs from Port Angeles
... days to pay I will now slow down for the rest of the holiday,we get back to town and go to Jasmine a Thai restaurant and I have the spicy chicken which is delicious and HOT HOT HOT Jackie had the prawns in garlic and white wine sauce which is also good and a little less spicy.
we go back to Joshua's bar where we tell the locals about our day and our speeding adventure meet a lady from Victoria Island who was a musician and lives in both Canada and the US a few beers ...
... have a room ready at the Red Lion Inn . . . we have stayed here before . . . but trying to recall the exact details are a bit foggy . . . just like the weather!! Our room type is not ready . . . come back after three . . . do you have any lunch recommendations? She gave us the details on the restaurant attached to the inn . . . what about this Kokopelli Grill place right next to the hotel property . . . oh, that is good . . . a lot of local seafood . . . so we decide on ...
Hello from Port Angeles. We made it across the Straits mostly intact. The weather report was wrong and we had more wind than we needed. The wind was against the tide which makes the waves bigger than necessary. It was truly a shake down. Actually more of a shake loose. Our boat is a pilot house model which means we can drive inside. More than once we took water over the bow. I never saw any fish swimming by the windshield but I did feel like I was ...
... br> border to the Canadian officials. But we hadn’t done so on purpose because they were still valid and anyway no one had asked for them.
We drove around the small but as we remembered bustling harbour with its float planes, tiny waterborne “Tuk Tuk” style ferries cheekily darting around, whilst everything was looked down upon with stately, almost haughty, elegance by the city’s beautiful Empress Hotel looking just the same as when we had ...
... one’s life, no matter had hard we try to keep it out. I should try to remember the words of Mark Twain: “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime.” Did I forget why we travel?
On a different vein, ...
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