Beach Acres Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We arrived back home today. Still trying to adjust to the time zone and to the cold weather.
I didn't post any pictures on the last blog or so, because the internet Wi-Fi connections were not great, and it takes forever to upload these pictures. (Next time I will get smart and use ...
... as pipes freeze over. As in previous entry, this is the warmest place in Canada and the washrooms in this RV park have been locked already for that reason. Oh well. ... Shower in a can is good. View from our campsite today: towards some islands in the Strait of Georgia together with the mainland and in the far distance are a few snow capped mountains. After looking at maps we wonder if it's ...
... terminal in one piece. We were early for the 12.30pm ferry so we bought our tickets then joined the queue for the half hour wait with all of the other cars. Once the ferry arrived it only took about 10-15mins for everyone to be loaded on and we were off. The trip from Horseshoe Bay (mainland Van) to Departure Bay (Nanaimo, Vancouver Is) took about 1.5hrs but it seemed so quick. There was a restaurant and cafe onboard so we had lunch and then sat down to make use of their wifi ...
... is a local attraction featuring numerous seafood restaurants as well as retail and wholesale outlets for seafood brought in fresh daily. Had a nice lunch at Doyles - fish & chips of course. They have a much greater variety of seafood than we have. I picked up a local fishing regulations guide with all the varieties of fish. Everything up to great white sharks, which you must release - very carefully.
Next day we were up early for the flight home. ...
... miles across Canada! We arrived in Toronto in a rain storm and no idea where we were going as we had no internet and I cleverly didn't write the hostel address down before we left! We did eventually find it somehow but for a journey that should have taken us 40mins, it took us 4 hours which included waiting for a bus for 40 minutes that turned out to be a night bus!! In Toronto, we experienced our 1st waffle breakfasts, baseball game and some American dude who said ...