Horizons West Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to almost be called a small island. It's all very impressive. Not, however, impressive enough to coax Carla into a swim. Apparently the Pacific ocean leaves a lot to be desired temperature wise. So I gave my best impression of a beached whale and headed out into the water solo style. This was much to the amusement of the surfer community who were covered head to toe in the latest wet suit fashion. These Canadians are not as tough as they made out to be. Besides I look good in ...
It has been a long time since the last entry due to the mad events and lack of internet, or in some cases power! From Quadra we headed to qualicum beach to stay with a couchsurfer. Mickey and her little boy Eli were so lovely, she mothered us and fed us delicious vegan food whilst Eli entertained us with his pirate games and magic shows. After 2 nights we had to get on the road to Ucluelet so we decided to follow everyone's advice and hitchhikeacross Island. ...
... and clothes stores to eat our banana and do a bit of people watching. It’s even busy here glad we parked on the other side of the road and walked over the bridge. We keep on the right side of the road for parking so Richard doesn’t have to do a u turn or cross over traffic. With the long drive Richard is getting used to driving on the wrong drive and our mouth is not so dry now from ...
... and self-registered - it's $16 a night so you can't beat that!!! The campground is still half closed off and there's only about 8 other sites occupied. We're so lucky to have most of these gorgeous places pretty much to ourselves at the moment - in summer they will be chockers... Our site is so pretty, it backs onto the Quinsam River & it's so nice to sit outside and watch the river flow past. After we set up this afternoon we saw an otter floating past in the river - so ...
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Drove to Tofino and that town has also had a renaissance since I had last been there. Long Beach is now a surfing mecca on Vancouver Island. Adjacent to the Long Beach park is a Indian reserve which has a very nice subdivision (paid for by our tax dollars).
Had breakfast at the Wikaninnish Inn. Beautiful view from the dining room but food is highly over rated and dreadfully over priced.
Uneventful drive back to Parksville.