Meares Retreat Bed & Breakfast
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... 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 ...
... gone through EVERY song on my iPod.
4. Surfing in the coldest oceans, it's surreal, like another world. Sometimes to sea mist rolls in and you can't see anything and you think to yourself....is this happening? Am I really having fun?......and then you start laughing and realise that yes....you very much are!
5. Seeing my Dad and Bro again and sharing part of this adventure with them, we realised how much we had been missing our ...
As previously trailed by Miss Kitty we did indeed get out on the water again today, our last in Tofino. Al was once again our guide as we aimed to see a bear and land a fish in the same day, a feat not seen in these here parts for many a long year.
The day started at 8.45, whilst the rest of the family slept on I made some rubbishly small sandwiches and packed our supply of chocolate biscuits shaped like goldfish in case they would ...
... Thankfully, the tide was still low so we didn’t have to swim back to shore!
We managed to fit in one more short hike up Radar Hill, but by this time the visibility wasn’t great as the clouds had come in so we headed back to the hostel via a Co-Op to buy supplies and motion sickness tablets for tomorrow. Sat drinking tea, looking at our view as the last of the daylight faded.
N & J
Sunny and ...
What an amazing adventure both in the beauty of the scenery but also the wild life. I found outr tonight that we live in the nature strip and they have seen cougars on the school fields which I walk past ever night on my way to the restaurant to see James.
Apparently if confronted with a cougar you firstly sledge the cougar (aussies ...