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Travel Blogs from Tofino
... for a few days and had such a great time! We went on a boat ride (in the ocean and encountered 3-5 foot waves, gulp!) and checked out some hot springs, which was fun.
We also saw a bald eagle our first day there! And we got to see a ton of sea lions, sea otters, and sea creatures galore! No whales, but ah well, we need a reason to go back. ;)
... take some videos. Followed the tourist Map to Government Dock and watched the float planes take off and land plus a boat came in with an injured person who was transferred to an awaiting ambulance on the dock. The town hasn't been spoiled by fast food chains there are only the local shops which are lovely and very quaint. Had a lovely hot chocolate before driving to Crab Dock Tofino is another harbour town and here we saw all ...
... similar. So laid back, its almost horizontal.
We shopped, and we made some bookings.
There are just some things you “have” to do. Wildlife trips and a visit to the local hot springs.
We leave on Wednesday, and I can now understand why friends who have been, turned up and cancelled other plans to stay longer.
Simon is already in love with the place and is desperate to return, ...
... cool. Was a shame to get back into Tofino, I think I am becoming a big fan of small boats.
Back in Tofino had a stroll around, bought some boring stuff (toothpaste!) and a pretty awesome chocolate brownie from a weird hippy bakery before back to camp for salmon caught that day - not bad. Went on the beach at night, lots of stars and very quiet. One of those special kind of moments when you realise how lucky you are. Slept very well after all that!
... at the Green Point Campground in Pacific Rim National Park to camp for the night. We were lucky to get a site and once we were all set up and fed, we headed down to Long Beach. Stepping onto a proper beach after more than a year was fantastic. The trail down went through the trees and then you stepped out into an expansive sandy bar with only a dozen people stretched out along it. There were quite a bit of driftwood at the high tide mark and we headed to have ...