Lakeside Hideaway B & B

Address: Poirier Lake, Sooke, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0S 1N0 , Canada | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Poirier Lake, Sooke, is near Sooke Potholes.
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Travel Blogs from Sooke

Relaxation in Duc Hot Springs Resort

A travel blog entry by htimsnahtan on Aug 20, 2014

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... and outlets. That evening we set out to explore the campground. To our dismay, every site was full, despite the declaration from the Park Rangers that we would have no problem finding a spot when we entered the park. An older man in his 60's overheard our conversation and offered to share his campsite. We readily accepted his offer and walked over to his site. He introduced himself and his wife as ...

Mystery Tour

A travel blog entry by aljoleitch on Jul 29, 2014

Off to ferry close to the absolute end of mainland Scotland. We all got off our big coach , went on ferry and was picked up on the other side by Steph and her tour bus. She was an excellent guide as we could understand her accent. Fabulous at Skara Brae. Not enough time to explore Skaill house. Stopped at the rings of Bognor and passed the standing stones of Stenness In Kirkwall I explored the St. Magnus Cathedral . Alice ...

Destination 0 – Canada, Tanya's Adventures

A travel blog entry by t-dot on Oct 20, 2013

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... straight for Jasper to get some gas and was greeted by more wildlife, right in the middle of town. There were four elk strolling across the road to nibble on the shrubs in someones yard. I stayed in my car to take my photos, but there was a guy that thought it would be a good idea to get really close and taunt them for a better picture... he almost got head-butt and one of them charged at him. There's a reason the first thing they tell you ...

Day Five: Victoria

A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 13, 2013

3 comments, 2 photos

... site. The first chance to use our national parks passes. This was an old military fort from 1878 till 1956 to protect Victoria. The lighthouse was built in 1860 and was the first on the west coast. Tired after a long day so ate at the pub attached to our accommodation. Interesting dinner menu. Wish I had taken a picture of Kev's steak. Let's just say it was much bigger than ...

THE Long Weekend

A travel blog entry by benny_and_loz on May 21, 2013

3 comments, 62 photos

... ride. We wanted to be able to check out Victoria and this was simply the best park for that. It's also located at a marina so it's a bit windy but we have a decent view, and once again can watch the cruise ships come in and go out... I haven't had any new lingo for you for ages so I went hunting for some this week. Not very exciting but here's one: Soft serve ice cream = soft ice cream Hope everyone at home is doing well. We miss you all and would love to hear from you when you have time :) ...

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