A little over a month ago I made a short trip to Victoria, BC. My dad came down island to meet me there and we had a great time hanging out and exploring Vic. My dad grew up in Victoria so he was a bit of a tour guide for me. He got pretty nostalgic driving around, giving me a peek into his childhood. We took a day to go out to Sooke as well since he also lived there for a few years. I had a hard time going home after. Victoria is just so beautiful and not covered in dirty snow. I also got to see a few friends I haven't seen in quite a while. It was so good catching up.
The Beacon Pill Park totem pole. It was the world's largest totem pole but is now the fourth-largest.
"Mile 0" of the Trans-Canada Highway.
Terry Fox, one of the most inspiring Canadians in history.
The Fairmont Empress Hotel
Fort Rodd Hill
Hatley Castle which my fellow nerds may recognize as Professor Xaviers' School for Gifted Youngsters.
I mean, come on!
The Tilikum is a dogout canoe that sailed from Victoria in 1901 arriving in London, England in 1904.
Such a great city. So many vegan places to eat. The mildest temperatures in Canada which means you can be outside so much more. One day Victoria, one day.