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Quiet night last night in Nanaimo. Walked round the corner and had Italian for dinner. Up 8ish and followed the football via internet. Boys done good ! Popped over the road from the hotel to a seafront area for a coffee and watch the world go bye. Really great place and saw wild sea otters. Hope the video works. Watched a seaplane take off no video …
- No rain today but overcast. We spent most of the morning on a bus getting to the ferry for the 11am crossing to Vancouver Island. The sea was calm. The crossing takes just 1 1/2 hours. Just time for a coffee and something to eat. And, joy of joys, the closer we got to Vancouver Island the better the weather. Clouds became fewer, the sun came out and it started to warm up. Augers well doesn't it.
... with every stroke, even managing to turn around at the other side and make his way back. Much more stable than they look, they handle like a canoe/kayak and, once you trust that they won't immediately tip you off, they are really quite fun. Not sure I'd have been so confident outside the safety of the logs though... Chelle then had a go and did equally well, so we took turns paddling about on that until it was time to return to the resort for lunch. Lunch had ...
... a lot of riding the underground which is so convenient. On Saturday we went out to Putney Bridge which is west London to see a soccer game. Game was sold out but, we were able to get tickets just before kick off time from a rather haywire scalper and because it was so close to game time we got our tickets for face value!!! Game was exciting and we were sitting beside the Hull ...
Pinch punch first of the month. Wow how did August come around so quickly? This is the month we have to travel back home, and oh how we wish we could stay. Tomorrow is also our last day with Grandma Lizzie and Grandad Ian. A dull and wet start to the day seems fairly fitting. We remind each other that we must make the most of every last second we have on this amazing trip.
Emma goes back to bed ...