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... would have to cross a little river so have to make do with looking through the binoculars, so no photos. Tofino is known for it crab fishing so we decide we had better sample some while are here. We buy 3 from a place just down the road and cook them for dinner, delicious and messy. Tuesday Today is a very lazy day, we all sleep-in due the house being so dark, Ian decides to rent a surf board and go to a local beach, while the rest of us drive to a ...
... North Chesterman to Live to Surf for a coffee and breakfast.
Also a visit to Tofino Brew pub was amazing with many of their own beers on tap. A real social gathering for locals. Where I ran into a friend from N. Van (Roman) who was also out on the waves.
We hit Uki a few times and also hiked into Radar beach (down the hobbit hole) and also went Chantrell mushroom picking twice with the Rodways (who were visiting from N. Van).
Ron and his ...
Last night was a lot of fun in Victoria. One of the girls on the trip has a selfie stick, so we did some group pictures :) We arrived back at the campsite around 10.45pm all pretty exhausted and ready to hit the sack! So the first night under canvas was good. Mattress is fine, and the tent fits easy 2 people and our luggage. We were lucky with the weather, it was quite warm overnight, and the rain that was forecasted did not arrive. ...
... places to
explore. We passed by some clockwise hikers and as usual they saw Manny and
thought he was a bear cub. It never fails. After about an hour we made it to
the board walk and a section with massive cedar trees. We found a comfy set on
the split timber and enjoyed our sandwiches. The hike was much easier on the
board walk. Back at the starting point we had to wait about 30 minutes for the
taxi to return. There ...
... other side of the Island.
Vancouver Island is bigger than most people realise - 290 miles long, 50 miles wide and with a population of only 3/4 of a million people; approximately half living in Victoria. The road network is focused on just a few key routes so navigating your way around is pretty easy. We headed north on Highway 1 to our intended first destination of Cowichan Bay (or Cow Bay to the locals), a ...