Florencia Bay Hideaway
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... dutch accent was that this was great and they could join his 50 friends that would also be arriving at any minute. And so a good friendship was started. Having made some new friends we asked them were the good places were to go out in town, and quickly found out the choices were limited to a docked fishing boat that had been converted into a permanent bar in the harbour, and a sports bar which seemed to be only open to give the barman a place to be. Taking this under advisement we ...
... in one of the trailers makes me more nervous. Anyway, then a girl comes down and starts talking to us. Sure, we can stay. We always make room. In fact a couple left this morning, you can have their cabin. Don't worry about the dog. He would never do anything. So she and Ash take us for a walk up a rocky hill to show us the cabin. It is rough. I mean rough. An old mattress and length of foam in a little loft, and a couple of 'chairs' that unfold to a mattress on the main floor. Tiny ...
... a lot more boats and was close to a few more restaurants. However, I like our spot – quieter and closer to the grocery store (showers would have been nice though).
After scoping out all of the places to eat on our fist walk, we decided to do a $14.95 Chinese buffet for dinner (boy are we roughin' it...) - Let’s Rock was gassy all night!
Tomorrow: The Broken Islands in beautiful Barkley Sound!
... 2 seals on a rock . Later Ian said he wanted to start the mowing so Cynthia and I cooked dinner and drank wine and Chris built a lovely big fire to warm the house up (as it was all shut up for winter) We sat chatting as the sun set just enjoying this lovely place. Chris has repainted some of the inside since I was here last and it looks great. Ian has a large splinter in one finger which I can't get out! ...
... company owner, arrived by kayak on the bay. As he was getting us organized, our original guide's rescue arrived. They drove in with a trailer so they could drive her and the kayak back to safety. We said good-bye and wished her well before getting back into the water.
By now the sun was low in the sky and the water seemed even quieter than before. We still had a long way to go. Our guide took us across to the other side of the bay where he thought we might have a chance ...