Gull Cottage Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Ucluelet is a beautiful little fishing village on the west coast of Vancouver Island. We had breakfast on the Canadian Princess boat (now a floating restaurant). Aishling and myself decided to walk along the coastal trails while the others went whale watching. It was a beautiful walk along to Brown's Beach, Big Beach, and past the old shipwreck, now almost covered by the undergrowth. We walked for almost 2 hours taking in the beautiful scenery.
... no way we were going to be able to fire up the gas cooker in the rain, unless we did it inside the van, so we cheated and got some fish and chips, and sat in the van and watched a movie with them.
The next day was a little better weather wise, although still very cold. The icy shower we had at the campground didn't really help, I almost cried when I got in it was so cold, quickest shower of my life! We did manage to do 1 of the ...
... island. We wanted to walk as many trails along the Pacific Rim National Park as possible. One of our favourite walks of the day was at bog walk. It was a bogged walk amongst waterlogged land which meant the old tree were stunted in their growth and made them form into twisted branches and amazing formations. The coves we saw on our trails were wonderful, most of the time it was just the two of us there. ...
Whisk together the Sriracha, soy sauce, palm sugar, vinegar, tomato paste, and sesame oil with a half cup of water.
In a mortar and pestle, grind the scallions, garlic, ginger, and salt until a paste is formed. Whisk the cornstarch with a spoonful of water.
... 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 ...