Harvey House B&B
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We looked out of the window this morning to find the day ignoring the weather predictions (of grey cloud all day) by being already fabulous - blue sky and sunshine. Perfect for our needs as we're on the sea for a good portion of today and sun is always preferable to grey cloud when there's the potential for getting wet. We enjoyed another very …
After yesterday's throughly enjoyable day and our arrival at the beautiful and homely Harvey House B&B, we decided to luxuriate in our surroundings for the morning and have a long, relaxing lie-in. Breakfast was delivered to our door at 8.30am so we ate that in the privacy of our own room and then just chilled out for the rest of the morning; …
... lady about her mosquito bites. By her fascination I think she thought you could catch them! After Stuart woke up they all took a walk around Courtney to try and find a art and musical festival that was happening that day. We walked in that general direction for about 25. Mins found nothing then headed back as Harrison had fell asleep we headed to the Starbucks across the road from the hotel grabbed a drink sheltered from the heat and tried to catch up with ...
... for half an hour to catch the 10.40am crossing to Nanaimo.
The ferry crossing was 1hr 40mins but unfortunately there was a lot of cloud around so the views were only good instead of the exceptional we think they could have been if we could have seen further. Out of the ferry we started our 4 hour drive across the island (it’s a big island!) to Tofino. We stopped a couple of times on route, once to do a rainforest walk around ...
... through the clouds and mist; the afternoon was glorious. Down at the wharf, we booked ourselves in for a Thursday flight to Hot Springs Island, 20 minutes by float plane. So exciting! Just like our Gogama days! More about that trip later. Then, we found a fish market and bought ourselves 2 2-lbs Dungeness crab. The lady was kind enough to whack them in half (alive!! Yuck!!) then clean out the body, no more descriptions necessary. Supper was the ...