Mud and Chocolate, a two-year-old’s paradise

Governor's Bay is on the other side of the Port Hills, the center of an old extinct volcano.  We took a walk there on a beautiful sunny morning and stopped to relocate some snails in the tidal pools.  Milo discovered that the mud slippers are pretty tough to wash off!

Governor’s Bay is on the other side of the Port Hills, the center of an old extinct volcano. We took a walk there on a beautiful sunny morning and stopped to relocate some snails in the tidal pools. Milo discovered that the mud slippers are pretty tough to wash off!

Perfectly situated at the end of the bay walkway is She Chocolate, a chocolate-lover's dream.  The little cafe makes their truffles by hand, even giving instructions on how to consume them for the maximum gustatory experience.  We splurged on hot chocolate, mocha, and brownie sundae....and I have to say that it was the best hot chocolate that I've ever consumed.

Perfectly situated at the end of the bay walkway is She Chocolate, a chocolate-lover’s dream. The little cafe makes their truffles by hand, even giving instructions on how to consume them for the maximum gustatory experience. We splurged on hot chocolate, mocha, and brownie sundae….and I have to say that it was the best hot chocolate that I’ve ever consumed.

Milo's chocolate milk came with a chocolate turtle perched on the lip of the glass, most of which made it into his happy little mouth!

Milo’s chocolate milk came with a chocolate turtle perched on the lip of the glass, most of which made it into his happy little mouth!

Let's hope this little finch shared the crumbs with it's babies!  What great pickings!

Let’s hope this little finch shared the crumbs with it’s babies! What great pickings!

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