Seafarer's Bed and Breakfast
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That marked the end of the evening as a combination of sea air, exercise and good for put paid to any ambitions we might have had of making a night of it. Instead, we whiled away our last night in Tofino by going home and watching Ocean's 13, thus completing the trilogy! We barely stayed awake for the end of it and fell asleep, somewhat sad in the knowledge that we have to leave Tofino tomorrow. We've really loved it ...
... a quick change back in to our bonfire clothes we headed back to the campsite much to Harrison's joy there was more corn on the the cob, we had tea gave Nathan his birthday gifts sang happy birthday and had ice cream cake and made popcorn on the fire, Stuart and Teresa had a rematch Stuart was thrilled to see Tess had mended His racket!! Harrison played with his ball and in the back of the ...
... 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.
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I am writing today's blog the day after as we had a major power cut in Tofino last night. The whole town lost electricity. We headed into town and queued up outside the restaurant we had planned to try. Turned out it was the only place with a back-up generator, hence the queue. We didn't have long to wait though - and it couldn't spoil our amazing day on the water.
So back to the beginning of the day....
It was our usual slow Howarth start (pyjamas...cups ...
... in the town. And we were ready for some nature again. We decided to walk the rainforest trail. A boardwalk leading through the rainforest where everything is covered in moss. Reminded us of Cathedral Grove in terms of the size of some of the trees, but more beautiful with all the ferns and moss. Tofino and Ucluelet are renowned surfing spots. We sure saw that. Every third car had surfboards on them. Lots of places to rent boards and wetsuits, and even get ...