Photo opportunities abound throughout the property including innumerable varieties of trees and flowers, a snake sunning itself on a stone wall (watch where you sit!) and a hummingbird feeding.
Word of caution: the controlled tropical environment can be a challenge if you are heat-sensitive. I was happy to find benches available.
We were hungry and probably anything would taste good, but the seafood chowder was so good at The Sticky Wicket, an English pub, that Rob and I returned during a subsequent visit to Victoria in 2011. Oh, and Rob approved of his beverage as well.
Two years have passed since Rob and I embarked on this once-in-a-lifetime voyage. The greatest memories come from the people (ladies at our dining table were a hoot), the connection with other MSers, and the time spent exploring the area. We enjoyed ourselves so much that we joined Rob’s family on another cruise to Alaska the following summer, making it a twice-in-a-lifetime adventure.
The Rainbow Connection
Beginning of an Adventure
In Seattle for a Day, Kissing the Sidewalk
And They're Off!!
Whales, a Glacier, and Hottubs
On the Rails in Skagway
Blue Ice and Still Waters
Victory in Victoria, British Columbia
Who Knew Washington Could be HOT!!