Tofino Trek Inn
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A lot of these bits and pieces on our blog seem to have been about food and drinks and I’m afraid that’s a sign of us getting older. The next phase in this process will be including portion sizes and prices and how nice the waiters were…
Watching ice-hockey now, Canada’s favourite sport. Unfortunately we don’t have an opportunity to see a game live so this will have to do.
... a sock on his willy!!! ( Toby's favourite)
2. Popping into any cafe and not knowing what you will find, every place has a character all of it's own, we reckon that people don't hoard stuff in their sheds like they do in OZ, they put all their "treasures" in their cafe and collect some pretty colourful locals too.
3. The changing scenery, our wild drive through mountain passes,deserts, rolling hills, coastal trails....and our ...
... as well as a small coloney of seals (if they see no bears they always take you here – easy win). We were expecting to see more bears, and so was the driver, however on our departure from Tofino, we came a across a mid-sized bear that was munching away on berries on the side of the highway. This was a real treat, and we did 3 laps past him to ensure we got ours moneys worth.
Looks like the bad weather is now behind us.
Goodbye Vancouver Island and Hello ...
... Robbie enjoyed speaking with them and telling them all about the boats we went past and how they were "one million years old" or that they were "fifty-hundred feet long" - I think he's been hearing us talk about the history of areas or sizes of things. Robbie wasn't keen on going out on the deck as it was loud and windy. The ride was shorter than we expected, which was nice.
We stopped in Nanaimo for some groceries ...
... for a while and eventually see him breach the water for a moment. Barely noticeable his back and fin almost look like the shadow under a wave, and then before we are able to really catch our breath he is gone. Le wicked. Then a little more wave fun and we are le pooped. Head back to camp for some eats and a nice
warm fire. Keep things quiet, go to bed a bit early.