The island of Vancouver stretches along the west coast of British Columbia nearly to Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. Deep inlets surround the island, as well as a scattering of smaller islands, many inhabited with waterside homes. Victoria, BC's lovely capital, sits on the southern end of the island, and smaller towns run up the coast, mostly along the eastern side. The farther north you go, the less inhabited. The BC Ferries stop at many of the eastern towns, as does the train.
I only had a chance to explore the southern end of the island from Victoria to Swartz Bay, where the Vancouver Ferry docks, but I saw enough to want to return.
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