John Wayne'S Waterfront Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJohn Wayne'S Waterfront Resort Sequim
Spent three days here. Fabulous. Great view over the marina, GREAT hiking and biking trails, location ideal. We had a great time here and enjoyed the panoramic vista of Puget Sound
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... coaster, you hop on the water and the water gushes onto your fashionable suit and in your face. You feel the adrenaline through your body. It takes a while before anything happens.
KILLER WHALES! Mark shouts. WOW! They were really there. How lucky, eh?! You wait until it comes back up again. And again. And again. And this continues for about an hour. Mark is a really good one, he could follow that killer whale as a ...
The weather forecast has started to include some rain so we need to plan our activities accordingly... time to venture into the National Park. The closest entrance is at Port Angeles about 30 minutes from homebase Sequim. It was pouring in Sequim when we left but it cleared a little as we got into the park. Destination today was Lake Crescent, a 624 foot deep lake formed by a glacier. We had lunch at historic Lake Crescent Lodge then hiked the Sol Duc Falls trail to a beautiful ...
... where the journey will end
But I know where to start
They tell me I'm too young to understand
They say I'm caught up in a dream
Life will pass me by if I don't open up my eyes
Well that's fine by me
So wake me up when it's all over
When I'm wiser and I'm older
All this time I was finding myself
And I didn't know I was lost
I tried carrying the weight of the world
... hostel owner, Cody, welcomed us to his colourful and homely little hostel which at a pinch can sleep up to 18 people (although with only one shower and two toilets would become quite a scrum if full). He offered
us the little timber bedroom out the back and built on the chassis of an old trailer for $60 a night. Not having its own bathroom it wasn’t exactly the best value, especially when comparing this with some of the deals we got earlier in the USA at many ...
... but it was awesome.
Then next day we left for Victoria, which is the capital of British Columbia. It was founded by James Douglas because he found gold in the area and it became a centre of trade. Since it’s still the capital of the state, it’s also at the heart of the state’s politics.
On our way to Victoria we first were dropped off at another rain forest and walked along Long Beach (accompanied by two local young dogs the entire way), later ...