PortSeaVic: Victoria & The way back

PortSeaVic: Victoria & The way back

As Marrisa kept singing, "Canada, oh Canada!"

We took the Victoria Clipper ferry from Seattle to Victoria which was about a 2 hour and 45 minute journey. I easily get seasick so I used my mom's method to battle seasickness and it worked well! I was completely fine and was even able to read on the way back. In case you were wondering the method is: a Dramamine the night before, a Dramamine an hour before getting on the ferry and being a dork and wearing sea balance bands. 

In Victoria they cater a lot to American tourists so there's really no need to exchange money as you can charge everything to your card. This also means there is a plethora of souvenir shops if you are into that sort of thing. We happened to be there the day after summer solstice and with Victoria being farther up North, it stayed light out until about 10pm where the sky turned a deep royal blue before fading to black.

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PortSeaVic: The way up & Portland

PortSeaVic: The way up & Portland

I've been meaning to share photos from my post graduation road trip for a while now.

But between returning from the trip, recovering from a post travel bug, starting a new full time graphic design internship, setting up my new computer, catching up with friends, and working on other future blog posts, here we are now almost a month later. That's how life is, right?

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