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Travel Blogs from Ucluelet
This was our first big trip, about 200 miles today. We left Victoria on the Trans Canada Highway, Route 1. After about an hour we stopped at small town called Chemainus. In the early 1980s with the logging mills closing down there was a danger that it would become a ghost town. In an attempt to keep the town alive some people started to paint …
... Wild Pacific Trail. Famously scenic walking through the spruce fringe forest tracing the rugged coastline with panoramic views (bloody cold,
windy and the sea mist is coming in). Filled in more time walking round the harbor town (they are starting to look the same quaint wooden buildings) down to the Boat Basin where the fishing boats
were. Wandered round a Tackle Shop lots of lures and ...
Westmost: le plus à l'ouest
La destination finale du bateau que j'avais pris est Ucluelet, un gros village situé tout au sud du Pacific Rim National Park. Tofino est de l'autre côté du parc, tout au nord, entre les deux il y a une plage géante. J'avais bien envie de retourner dans le parc, j'en avais gardé de super souvenirs, donc le hasard a très bien fait les choses et j'étais content de débarquer à Ucluelet.
Comme je n'y suis ...
... got a bit more interesting as we were passing by smaller islands. One was very small with a pretty lighthouse on it and mountains rising from the island further behind it. I took a lot of photos of the lighthouse island, much to Wolfi's annoyance.
Finally at the terminal, we walked with the Tofino-bound woman to the shuttle and checked that the price was the same for 3 people, which it was ($31 to downtown Nanaimo), so we split it between us and hopped in. The ...
... car, I notice a small, weak patch of blue, some unbeknownst distance away over the ocean. It's going to clear up I declare. No, Jess says, the wind is bringing those dark clods over there. That's our weather, it's gonna keep raining. No! It's gonna happen, was my only defense. Hours later, like 3, those dark clouds behind us turned blue and we had what can only be called a glorious afternoon. The tide was out and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed