We slept in a little and got up around 09:30 to get ready.Linda had already been to the gym and back, but once we got ready we went down to a place called John’s Place, which we had seen before but not eaten at.
There are a lot of photos on the wall of many different things, from sports people to musicians to films.
It was a very unique place and somewhere where each wall is different and something interesting to talk about.We ordered our food and were glad as we were very hungry!
Curtis got eggs Benedict, Kim got waffles and Linda had a halibut burger.All of our food was delicious and helped out by the free, warm, bread we got, too!
We finished up there and were incredibly happy with our decision. The staff were wonderful and so was the food.
Our Rating:- 10/10
Once we left there, we went back to Linda’s place for a rest and Kim stopped off at Winners to buy some gloves…and she bought 2 pair.
Linda had lovingly bought us some tickets to take the bus out to Butchart Gardens with her and see all of the Christmas lights on the plants and around the gardens which are meant to be really nice.
Whilst waiting for the bus, Curtis found out that his team won the hackathon! That means he wins an Oculus Rift and he was incredibly proud of his team.
We took the bus which took us around 40 minutes and once we got there, we met with Linda’s friend Dee and her husband, Steve.
It was raining, but it wasn’t too bad and didn’t spoil it at all.
We had dinner when we first got there. Curtis got a vegetable curry and Kim had a turkey dinner (again).
It was great to spend the time with Linda and we walked around looking at the terrific light displays they had.
This was much better than the one we went to in Vancouver with Linda.
We got back to Linda’s and warmed up after taking the bus back and then walking up to Linda’s.
We sat around and relaxed for a bit, but then had a Bailey’s to celebrate Christmas with Linda!
Mr & Mrs Hale