Moon and Sixpence B&B
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... t mind about the delay as we got 2 flights for the price of one.
We picked up our hire car, after some giggles/confusion about the brush in the back seat that Tom ran back to give the girl at the hire company as he thought it was a cleaning brush, through some laughter the lady at the hire car company told us it was to wipe the ice off the windscreen something which Tom and I had never seen before.
We then drove ...
... The meat and corn cemented don and Harrison's relationship as new best friends. Dons truck was the icing on the cake and Harrison played for ages in there After dinner Tess beat Stuart at badminton (he couldn't find away to cheat!). But did break her new racket unfortunately for him she had spare!, We had a few more beers around the camp fire before calling it a night. It was another great day! Tomorrow we would hit the ...
... 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 ...
... rain set in we decided our best option was to test out Tofino’s bakery an went to the Common Loaf bakery for a chocolate brownie! It was worth it, even though the weather is not looking good for an evening run! So back to the Trek Inn for a well deserved cup of Yorkshire tea! Tomorrow we say goodbye to Tofino and back to Port Alberni for a night although we have decided against camping! We found a cheapish hostel so hopefully we will still save a little bit of ...
As March began to draw to a close, Maria and I realized that we were running out of time to explore the entire Vancouver Island. As such, we had to sit down and pick and choose one area that we wanted to visit above all others.
With some semblance of a plan, and the most optimistic-looking weather forecast since our arrival ...