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... of the UK would fit in there. Clearly some sort of chip shop would need to be established on the Loch shores for this to be truly feasible as future government policy.
We headed out with Al up the inlet rather than out into open sea and went to where the bears hang out. We did soon see a two year old bear, down by the shore turning over rocks to eat crabs underneath them. Apparently they also do really eat berries. Our photo ...
... naturally attract the bears who eagerly wait for a feed. James thought I was getting a bit close to bears but they were more interested in salmon than me.
Tonight is Halloween which is massive here. Two things you need when you come to toffino, a wet suit and a costume. They love to dress up here and the costumes have been amazing.
... which Jackie seems to have a real talent for. While we cannot moan about the weather it is a real shame that the rain is so heavy as it will deter us from visiting the city at night. We have all day here and do not have to be on the ship until 11pm.
After walking the town, which included China Town, we took many pictures. We finally went past the Victoria Parliament Buildings, which were beautiful and then onto the Royal British Columbian Museum. This is next to the ...
... I successfully completed the building of the dam – Mel wouldn’t cross it again but I did a couple of times to prove that it was sturdy.
Day 5 was our best day on tour to date – not a cloud in the sky. As such, we spent the entire day being cooked like lobster's on the beach. The water was refreshing crisp, but it was great to be once again swimming in the Pacific Ccean. That evening we arrived in Tofino.
Happy Canada Day! We decided we would spend ...
Rode up the west coast of Vancouver island as far as we could and ended up in a the cool hamlet of Port Renfrew. Small fishing town with a view to die for. Hotel on the pier tempted us to call it a day and go fishing. But we soldiered on.
From the port we turned inland on a paved county road that wound through the mountains that were heavily logged. Lots ...
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