Tofino Trek Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a beautiful garden. During their travels, the Butcharts collected rare and exotic flowers, shrubs and trees from all over the world to put into their garden. The gardens were opened to the public and by the 1920's more than fifty thousand people visited the gardens each year and today over one million visitors per year. The garden continued to grow and today they cover an area of 55 acres of the 139 acre estate. ...
... big boys day out with Derek’s girlfriend Megan having to work! With go carting and driving his quad bike in a gravel pit, we had quite the racing fix that day. We had lunch at a local harbour pub near Parksville (halibut and chips, very good!) and had some amazing coconut shrimp curry. The fish literally came straight out of the water onto our plates. We stopped by a rather novel grocery store in ...
... all our stuff into the Dodge we are now driving, and we crossed back over the border into Canada and headed to Tsawwassen to catch the ferry to Vancouver Island. We were booked on a later ferry but managed to squeeze onto an earlier one, literally the last car parked at the back of the ferry! A good crossing, keeping a watch out for dolphins and orca, with a fairly rubbish ferry style lunch. ...
We finally had some sunshine for our journey to Tofino! Long Beach was pretty cool with some huge waves, a couple of surfers, and lots of washed up kelp. We had another fabulous picnic lunch, on the beach and in the sun this time, while we fought off the attention of all the seagulls. We got a few pictures with the digital camera on the beach, but there should be some more awesome pics from Mike's film camera on the way, its been really hard to find ...
... we were at home. We were lucky to have such a great spot as we found out that most businesses, restaurants and shops were closed for the season. Whaling season doesn’t start up until late March so we had the town to ourselves and the few other lonely tourists who decided to come to visit Tofino. I was happy that we didn’t have the crowds around – Tofino for the moment was ours to discover. We had lunch at one of the ...