Hidden Harbour B&B
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- Hot tub
- Free airport shuttle
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Breakfast Available
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... point we hit major water - the tide had turned and it was 6 foot rolling swells - roller coaster! Everyone was screaming and yelling, it was so much fun (for about 5-10 minutes) but the waves were crashing over the front of the boat and, with six people on board, Angus made the decision to turn back and wait for one of the bigger boats to leave so he could follow in their flatter wake. So back to the dock we went, out of the rescue suits (or at least half off) and we hung around in ...
... pleasant way to do it!) and have some relaxation time from her home in Vancouver and her vineyard (for personal use only!) on Vancouver Island. Think she may also have had a place in Palm Springs, so not short of a bob or two! Had a good chat about a whole array of topics - she was very well travelled, very worldly and very interested in us and the UK, so we had a really nice (and rather long) lunch.
The rest of the resort had, until now, ...
... just drop the keys through the letterbox...
Feeling rather dubious about this (what happens if someone damages the car after we dropped it off??), we took LOTS of photos to prove there was no damage at the point we left it, and left an assortment of notes explaining what we'd done re: dropping it off. Fingers crossed it's enough! (A phone call the next day assured us everything was fine, but still a bit dubious...).
It was ...
... and white Lycra, one drunk shouted insults and the other. I wanted a close-up enough to brave the situation pretending to be iplugged in.
The shallow and calm gorgeous gorge beckoned on my last last and Alice and I took the kayaks out for a paddle. I even managed to stay out of the water despite my kayak pulling the left and the tide slowly rising. Blisters on my thumbs, it was a good work out. It was so peaceful out there in the middle and mesmerising looking ...
... had been spotted! So we raced over to our first viewing spot where they were. These cubs were only about 6-7 months old and were so cute! Must have taken about 500 photos today! Hope some are ok?!? Finally after 3 and a half hours we headed back to the boat for our journey home. Everyone had a snooze though quite difficult a the seat only came up to your shoulder! I was hoping for some orcas on the way home but alas it wasn't to ...