Morning Glory by the Sea

Address: 4123 Island Hwy S, Campbell River, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9H 1E9, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 4123 Island Hwy S, Campbell River, is near The Museum at Campbell River and Kwagiulth Museum and Cultural Center.
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        Travel Blogs from Campbell River

        Lions and whales and bears - oh my!

        A travel blog entry by anna.tremewan on Aug 22, 2015

        28 photos

        ... while captains discussed strategy. It was first decided to follow one boat out but then, after weather reports and more strategy discussion, it was decided to wait for the other boat as well so we could have the largest boat in the front, the next largest boat and then our little runabout. And the. The final decision was that three of us would move to the front boat, two to the second boat and Angus would bring up the rear in the runabout (a lot lighter with one person than six). ...

        The Sonora Olympics

        A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Aug 22, 2014

        10 photos

        ... so we felt it was our duty to poke around and see what else it had to offer. The indoor tennis court is on the way to our suite so no need for any detours. We changed swiftly, shook off the effects of the wine we'd had with lunch, and played an hour or so of tennis (well, we hit a tennis ball back and forth with tennis rackets - not sure Andy Murray would call it 'tennis'...). We played a quick set and then continued our exploration, firstly to the ...

        Today's dwarf: Grumpy!

        A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Aug 20, 2014

        4 photos

        ... by now. The hassle involved in this supposedly simple task almost pushed Tim over the edge into irreparable grumpiness, so we had a slow walk for about two miles along the seafront to enjoy the remainder of the sunshine and look at an array of sculptures created from huge blocks of wood using chainsaws - some very impressive ones!

        Back towards the hotel, we realised that our late lunch/dunch had made tea rather redundant, so ...

        Victorious Victoria

        A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Jun 25, 2014

        38 photos

        ... s midden of 1000s of broken shells in the shallows.

        My jellyfish sting has now healed into a silvery scar around my wrist which I proudly showed to Mary and Gary, friends I'd met on the Aranui in Tahiti and residents of Brentwood Bay on Vancouver Island. I was picked up by Gary in his divine grey convertible Porsche and enjoyed my little-orphan-Annie-afternoon dining with them and enjoying the incredible view of the bay from their beautiful home. Looking ...

        We're going on a bear hunt!

        A travel blog entry by pottsfam on Sep 10, 2013

        13 photos

        ... disappointing. We did however find a whole pod of dolphins - about 150 of them!! Pacific white sided dolphins and they were magnificent. Very playful, jumping in the air and twisting and showing off. We stayed and watched them for about 30 mins. It was very cool.

        Another thing we encountered on the way home were ocean rapids. They are absolutely incredible. It's when the tide changes and the currents can get up to 28km/h! ...