Super 8 Saanichton/Victoria Airport
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... the west coast. Readers from Almonte area and Lanark County in eastern Ontario may recognize them. They have built a beautiful home overlooking the waters of Satellite Channel near Fulford harbour. From their home they operate Daffodil Cove cottage. What a beautiful spot!
Harold and Sabine joined us in Fulford Harbour for a late lunch before we boarded the ferry to Swartz Bay. It was great to connect with these folks from our ...
... you were naturally born into them, earned through friendship, or intrinsic through some bond like I found with the Irish Hallihans.
-Alone time is essential to my existence. The threads wear thin when I am put in a place where I cannot recede from society for a time. Two weeks without a moment to be alone tested this to its limits.
-A private room & bath are worth their weight in gold.
-Make up a reason to talk to ...
... Wait Times. The UI is pretty ugly, but it seems to offer a lot more real-time data on each ride, which is the one thing missing from the other. Since it is free, more folks seem to be using it, thus the data is more accurate. I'll add an addendum on how that app worked.
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Hand-in-hand with a mobile app is the network connection to use it. There is no Wi-Fi in the parks. Canadians have the worst ...
... are the best in the world so today we went to have a look to see if it is true. Down the Main Street we went and saw one great one and one dodgy one. We thought we had been suckered so went into the Book Nook to grab a coffee. What a lovely a little cafe - it had ecclectic tables and chairs together with some lounge chairs. One entire wall was lined from floor to ceiling with books from a great variety of authors and on a great ...
... alternate route to us in Subway) come from there. It's quite a large town, which took us by surprise. We followed the highway nearly into Vancouver. The countryside in this part of the world is very productive: hay, bulbs, wholesale nurseries, veges, lots of hothouses and cattle. It's sad to see how they treat their cattle. There are lovely green paddocks and 90 percent of the cattle live in large sheds for intensive farming purposes ie like battery cage chickens. We ...