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... br> After returning to Port Alberni we went out for dinner and ventured out onto the wharf in Port Alberni - no photos as it was too dark - however the estuary, mountains, lights and clouds in the sky were all breathtaking to look at.
Tomorrow, Day 18 will include a ferry ride from Nanaimo to Vancouver, and in the afternoon, I will return the rental motorcycle to CycleBC.
... br> It is up there in 'The Best we stayed in' contenders..
We had a single bedroom suite...
There was a view out into the woods from the bed, with a kitchen / living area and huge shower and a bath that CJ had planned on wallowing in.
Don't know why but thought better of it when I offered to photo her and include it in the blog..
... with garlic and soy sauce… and a side of mushrooms and potatoes. Wow.
The walk on the beach was stunning. We were down around sunset and stayed to play. Chris did some interesting long exposure shots, and one just might be my favourite of the trip… aw, so romantic.
We headed back to the campsite at dark, popping some popcorn to complete the perfect night! Pacific Rim deserves a return trip for sure, but we certainly made the most of our ...
... Cathedral Grove which has some of the most amazing old growth trees.
We stopped for lunch in Port Alberni and then continued on to Tofino. The drive was up through the mountains. The road was full of curves and hills but beautiful. Made it to our hotel around 4:00 and went for a walk around town. We are headed to Sobo's for dinner, thanks Buzz for the the recommendation.
We are here until Sunday morning and then back to Victoria and off to New Zealand ...
... out for a taxi down to the Botanical Gardens, where I was staying in an on-site hostel.
The journey kinda took it out of me, so I decided just to chill on Monday. I hitch-hiked into town to have a look around (and survived, so don't worry!) Tofino's basically like a Canadian Newquay, but smaller. FINALLY- a town I could walk from one end to the other in 10 minutes! There are loads of cool coffee shops, bakeries and seafood restaurants, I was ...