Stafford House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Oja en ik hè lekker ekkes unne foto gemakt van de bus woar we wellis mee noar huis toe komme. Kei mooi spulleke is da, grappig hoe da ge die deur ope moe moake. Hek nog nie gedoan, want da wille alle keinder steeds doen, bij onzen stop mistal onzen Chloe, wel lekker recht veur den deur.
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I don't know if it is because of jet-lag or because of the long driving hours and hard trails, but at nights we do sleep really well. At 6:00 am we wake up, and although we had not our breakfast included in the price, the owners offer a nice meal: toasts, juice, coffee, iogurt... Really nice from them. We decide not going up to Telegraph Cove, under the suspition that we will not see any whales from the harbour as they ...
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... the woods, casually clambering lazily down a log, inspecting and sniffing the river before moving on to a different patch.
Appetites whetted, we waited patiently and 5 minutes later another bear appeared in the same spot, but kept its distance a little more. We moved onto a different platform and waited for about 15 minutes or more, hopefully scanning the banks with our binoculars, to no avail. Then our guide got a radio call that a male grizzly ...