Clayoquot Vista Tofino Guesthouse
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... Cathedral Grove within MacMillan Provincial Park. This park holds one of the last stands of old growth timber in BC with Douglas Firs that reach toward the sky and are between 200-800 years old. Very impressive.
19 days of adventure and fun have brought us to this point with roughly 21 days remaining to enjoy our return trip though the western provinces of ...
... I was lucky that Dave was driving, cos it meant I got to take it all in. The sun on the water just in front of the mountains was breathtaking!! And then we hit a bit of a hurdle. Not literally of course, but our poor van wasn't doing very well on the hills. It was losing power, and on 1 hill got down to 10kph. There were a lot of hills, so now we are starting to stress! We stop looking at the scenery and are just watching the speedometer. Uh ...
We arrived at our hotel Best Western it was run by the first nations and had the most relaxed feel about it. The hotel was located right on the beach. We brought some firewood and headed for the beach to watch the sunset and have a fire. It had been quite a day of travelling but the sunset and location was 100% worth it.
Mon – Up early for Elliot's birthday, always exciting waking ...
... and out over the sand to Frank Island which was only possible due to the low tide. We both decided that being by the sea is fascinating. So many strange creatures, most of which are quite ugly and smelly, but still fascinating. After what we thought was only about half an hour on the beach we set off back to the car to see what else the island had in store for us today, only to realise that we had been about 2 hours and there wasn’t much ...
... on World Cup. Canadian vineyards do produce some decent red wines but you can only buy alcohol from a liquor store which makes you feel like you are doing something illegal by crossing the threshold. A far cry from the experience of Oddbins. Whatever happened to the off licence?
Contemplating a trip to the Rainforest tomorrow. Not often you can say that, whether you are clogging or not.
PS. Photo of house for Alona