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Travel Blogs from Ucluelet
Many people have a cabin on one of the
Lakes in the interior region
of British Columbia.
You may ask, are these
Canadian lakes warm enough to swim?
Once you get in it is fine.
Kayaking and waterskiing are very popular.
It has been a long time since the last entry due to the mad events and lack of internet, or in some cases power! From Quadra we headed to qualicum beach to stay with a couchsurfer. Mickey and her little boy Eli were so lovely, she mothered us and fed us delicious vegan food whilst Eli entertained us with his pirate games and magic shows. After 2 nights we had to get on the road to Ucluelet so we decided to follow everyone's advice and hitchhikeacross Island. ...
... don’t drink as much water now or have as many pit stops for the Restroom.
One has to be very alert now driving as the speed limits can go from 90kms right down to 30kms on the hairpin turns with drop away mountainous lake scenes. This is when the Americans say “Oh my God” but it didn’t scare us as on the bents there is a concrete barrier like you see on ...
... us the freedom to explore this love and to be able to share it with you is just icing on the cake. My goal when I came out to this area was to document the Clayoquot sound area and to capture some of the local whale migration which happens here. Although I was able to see some whales, this portion was a little disappointing. I don't blame Jamie’s Whale Watching (the company who supplied the ship and crew) for the lack of whales ...
... playing on, there were lots of rocks to climb. Oliver was like an explorer because he climbed all the rocks as fast as he could. We had picnic but still no bears.
We also stopped at long beach which is very very long, and wide with large waves for surfing.
We saw some more whales off the beach spouting water but it was hard to tell what type they were. We were told they were grey whales. There were also lots ...