This time on BC Ferries was not as eventful as the first time, and the first time wasn’t even that eventful. Upon waiting in the ship yard for a good hour to board the ferry we ended up parking at the back of the boat, which was fine, it didn’t make a different.
As we were on our way up the levels with the hords of people we saw that “hidden” buffet. It was not really hidden, but not a lot of other people were heading that way, so we did. The Buffet runs all day and is about $24.00 a person at the very back of the boat. We reluctantly paid to get in and where happy with what we saw.
A nice setting as a restaurant with windows all around the back of the boat, so were could see everything and a buffet worth eating – I’m going to have another post of the buffet shortly. We thought this was great, we could eat supper and then sit in comfortable chairs at a table and use our computers. We ended up sitting there the whole time and then just walking quickly back to our vehicle when the time came.
The buffet room was only half full of people, at supper time. I’m assuming that the majority of people don’t want to spend the extra money after paying to get on the boat or go back and forth so often it does’t appeal to them anymore.
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