Charm of Qualicum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... with a gorgeous view. The beach is rocky but makes for a fine stroll (as long as the tide is out). The weather is very clear and warm and hopefully we should get a fine view (if awake) of the sunrise over the water with the mainland in the distance.
We toured the town and its shops and stocked up on supplies at the local Qualicum Foods store, the store that has Everything in a small town. Later had a stroll along the beach.
... very popular in winter. The volunteers built boardwalk trails through the park and you can follow different trails. We did an 8km hiking to Helen MacKenzie Lake, the wilderness, lakes and mountains are beautiful Diana and Terry are great hikers and have hiked all over Vancouver Island they are members of a hiking club. Had lunch by Battleship Lake (looks like a battleship from the air) where a couple were swimming (the water was a ...
... There are families scattered at various points doing the usual beach things, looking for crabs in the mud pools, building mud castles, or just lying around under their wind shelters. Actually, it isn’t really muddy, but the grey sand is not quite the same as that hot golden stuff that burns your feet back home. It’s still technically a beach, and Kai has lots of fun splashing in the pools and playing a ...
... like everyone was a little bit overwhelmed – but finally we are in Tanzania
Our first traffic jam: it's hot, and we are standing nearly still…. An hour later including a ferry ride…. We arrived at Mikadi Beach
This is were we started our Holiday. We took a 12 seater plane from Comox to ...
... eccentric mayor has been errected at the start line of the famous races, and that's where we stood as the Royal Canadian Army fired their gun to signal the start of the 2010 race, and boats, equipped with fibreglass bathtubs, scrambled the harbour. Then, with a picnic basket and our friend Corine in tow, we went to Neck Point, about 10 minutes from our house, and sat at the most northerly point, on rocks above the sea, to watch the racers round ...