Meares Retreat Bed & Breakfast
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... coves and tranquil bays, spotting purple and orange sea stars, red rock crabs, anemones, huge kelp plants, and a seal even made a brief appearance to check us out, but disappeared just as we got the camera out. A very enjoyable 2.5 hours came to an end with another dash across the shipping lane, again staying dry, and paddling back into the harbour.
Having de-kitted, we said our thank you's and goodbyes and ...
After saying goodbye to Nathan joe and Dayleen last night as well as don and Tess the plan was to get up early and head to Courtney where Steph had a wedding that afternoon. Steph and Sarah also had a manicure and pedicure booked in prior to the wedding. That was the plan anyway. Instead Steph knocked on the door at 7:15 to find everyone fast asleep we were suppose to be up at 6! 39 mins later and we all felt dishevelled but had checked out of the hotel and were ...
... some had been spotted so our Captain changed direction and took us there. They are huge, much bigger than the Orca’s, but they also spent longer under water so we didn’t get to see as much of them.
We got back to our hostel at about half 4 and spent the rest of the day chilling out, drinking tea and looking out the window at the amazing views which culminated in a nice sunset too.
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today we went to the Ucluelet aquarium. It was all one room strangely and it was much smaller than our Cornwall aquarium. BUT you could touch and feel all the creatures in the small tanks. It was amazing! I picked up a crab, it crawled all over my hand but luckily it didn't pinch me.
Lenny found some sea anemones. They were magic because when you put your finger in their tentacles, they coiled around your finger leaving you trapped! But ...
... great to see Neil, he and Ryan were good buddies in the kitchen at Kananaskis. He is now studying social work and volunteering at a juvenile detention centre in Victoria. We enjoyed our time with him before he went off to play a game of ice hockey. Neil also told us that he had been to Australia but didn't get to Adelaide. His mode of transport was a skateboard and he managed the east coast from Melbourne up to ...