Bedwell Place Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... harbor and marina. Fantastic views!
Tofino, is a small tourist town with some commercial fishing and crabbing.
After a long day of traveling, we decided to walk to The Diner that was on the waterfront and in the parking lot of the motel, and have dinner and sip a couple of cold beers. Later Shirley, Molly and I drove to the wharf to ...
The poor girl makes it, and we find the campground. It is right on the beach, nor surprising since all of Tofino is pretty much beach. It is apparently a great surfing spot, although at this stage in these temperatures we are willing to just take people's word for it! The beach is beautiful though, and its not raining which is a bonus. We get pretty excited about the thought of sitting around a fire in the firepit at our site the ...
... a new place on your birthday! We booked in a day out on the sea to Hot Springs Cove, with Remote Passages, and within an hour we had discovered some grey whales and watched them play around. We went on that day to sea otters, sea birds, eagles, sea lions and harbour seals. We were on a 'Zodiac’ bumping along to the Hot Springs, once we got off at the little jetty, it was a mile walk along the board ...
As previously trailed by Miss Kitty we did indeed get out on the water again today, our last in Tofino. Al was once again our guide as we aimed to see a bear and land a fish in the same day, a feat not seen in these here parts for many a long year.
The day started at 8.45, whilst the rest of the family slept on I made some rubbishly small sandwiches and packed our supply of chocolate biscuits shaped like goldfish in case they would ...
... Thankfully, the tide was still low so we didn’t have to swim back to shore!
We managed to fit in one more short hike up Radar Hill, but by this time the visibility wasn’t great as the clouds had come in so we headed back to the hostel via a Co-Op to buy supplies and motion sickness tablets for tomorrow. Sat drinking tea, looking at our view as the last of the daylight faded.
N & J
Sunny and ...