- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ze of zegge ze oew noam of zwaaie ze der zellufs bij. Kei schattig war.
Mèrige gòwik assut goed is meej mè Chloe der kläske noar de schòtsboan. Marloes is doar gister gewist met Abby der klas. Das blijkboar op zonnen ijshokkie boan. En dan moete we nun hellum op, dus da zieter vast schitterend ut. Ik zè beneid hoe da zal zèn. Misschien dak nog iemand op zunnun bakkes kan zien goan.
En ast goed is goan we ok noar een of àànder fiske mèrigenovend ...
... we should be careful. Lucas We had a great day. Slow start, which was nice. The tide was out so we walked and walked (and climbed-it was rocky) and we found tiny crabs, shells, lots of seaweed and starfish! The starfish were cool. Purple. They have tiny little tentacle-like feelers. Then we headed to Comox to check out the sailboats. James was pretty pumped because the designer of the sailboat that he is planning to build lives on Vancouver Island. Lots of ...
... local produce, and all that jazz.
I not only enjoyed some great company, and some good books, and one ridiculously difficult jigsaw puzzle...but I got to let go of tension that's been keeping me stressed for years. I slept like a baby (first night 5 hours, next night sloe to 8!!)...which is the best I've had in over 18 months!! I gorged on divine food (but I figure sweating it out in the steam caves ...
... Our hotel was right on the harbour which is full of all sorts of craft including sea planes.
That afternoon it was off to see a massive old castle build by a wealthy business man in the 1800's which is filled with timber lined walls. Based on the family's history they majority of the childern seem to be "different" with lots of black sheep stories ...
... in the views, and watched the 2ft long salmon playing in the stream. Come on, that's gotta be good food for a bear somewhere? Suddenly after about 5 minutes, someone whispered excitedly- look, up there! And sure enough, there was a big old grizzly bear meandering its way down the river. I'd managed to borrow some binoculars from Linda, who owns the guesthouse I'm staying in, so I got a great view. Cameras whirring, we all looked on captivated as she ...