West Coast Motel on the Harbour
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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We began the day by packing and then went out with Jacqueline after breakfast to collect three caches – 2 puzzles and a nearby traditional one. Pride and all – we could not get a good GPS fix for the first one and pulled out as it was very muddy in the forestry area. We then went to collect the one John and I had solved but …
I wouldn't normally mention breakfasts but Armande's eggs, baked on a bed of Westphalian ham and topped with basil were simply divine. The tomatoes, fried with breadcrumbs complemented them perfectly. I asked David how he kept so trim. A dropped me off at the car hire. I had to laugh: I know I'd booked a compact car but didn't expect a Fiat 500. It …
... many photos. Stopped at Parksville and walked down to the beachfront looks very much like Darwin or Brighton in England when the tide is out. Was a cheap skate and took a video of the Sandcastle Contest from outside the screened in area the sculptures were brilliant. As usual there was a garden, playground, RV Caravan Park by the seaside. From here we will be travelling from one side of ...
... point in my life as the begining, past the begining of the end in my previous years of building up to this.. state of consciousness I'll call it.
When my travel partner had left I was finaly alone in the wilderness, & what a feeling it was!
I felt a deep sense of Peace & ...
... no luck. That just made my kayak wobble dangerously. I was sure I would end up upside down underwater. So I placed the oar on the log and pushed very gently and steadily. Ever so slowly, the kayak slid backwards off the log. By now the boys were out of the water and pulling their kayaks inland. They shouted back for me but couldn't actually see me. I finally slid off the log completely and frantically paddled to the shore where they were standing.
Ted's wife was waiting ...