From Ketchican we said goodbye to Alaska, and moved on to Canada Eh?
In Victoria we went to the Church and State Winery, where we sampled some really great wine with some AMAZING Chocolates. It was a delicious and educational experience. Here is a shot of their recently planted vineyards.
After the Winery we rode through Victoria for a really long time seeing the sights. The most interesting part of the tour was the University which has a surprisingly large population of rabbits. And not the normal grey wild rabits, but the colorful domestic ones. They are everywhere. Someone dumped some there and now they h ave bunches, because well, they breed like rabbits. They were everywhere, just hanging out in the middle of the grass, chillin. It was pretty neat.
But then it was time to say goodbye to all our new friends and our lovely ship and return to the land of normalcy.
Goodbye 4 course meals, goodbye drinking every night, gooddbye towel animals on our beds! Hello real life.