Hotel de Haro at Roche Harbor Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Heated pool
- Kids pool
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... for a change..
There I was all happy.. waiting to arrive on Vancouver island and the short drive to Victoria and our hotel... and a beer..
It wandered off and came back smiling... should have read the warning signs...
It waved a brochure in my face.. making sure to keep it moving so I could not focus..
"we should drop in here on the way through"
In a moment of weakness I ...
... had finished the 2hour trip Nancy was frozen to the core so we had a wander down to see the underwater gardens only to find that it had been closed that day due to insufficient funds to keep it going, so off to have a look at some Totem poles and then into the museum to look around and buy some gifts for friends. We had lunch in the cafe and then wandered around some more and decided to go and have a rest and then out to the spaghetti factory for dinner, and then went for a ...
... I told Edison (our room attendant) that I had sat by the pool for hours today he looked shocked! Lazy yes, but I was reading as well...so there. Then, when I went to find Grandpa, he literally appeared in front of me. It was odd because I had just let another group go in the elevator in front of me, and when the next elevator came down, there he was. I asked him if he was ready and do you know what he said? He goes, "Oh, I already ...
... the Loch Ness Monsters long lost brother Ogopogo. Sydney was in town so we had a night out with her friends eating wings and listening to karoke. We tried the ceasar cocktail which I am not a huge fan of; its made of vodka, clamato juice (tomato juice), tobasco and worcestershire sauce and its pretty spicey and would be tough on the stomach after a few drinks already. We also tried an awsome avocado daiquiri which was ...
... coming your way (watch for PEI pictures to appear in a later blog)
Tomorrow, Monday morning, we’re off to Pacific Rim National Park, along the western shores of Vancouver Island. We have reservations at Green Point, halfway between Ucluelet and Tofino. It sounds like a pretty rugged site, but just having the chance to see 800 year old cedar trees will make it all worthwhile. It’s all about the “bigness” here in BC ...