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Travel Blogs from Tofino
Sarah worked in the morning and I packed the car up to get ready and leave for Tofino that afternoon. We drove straight there and arrived just after dark. There wasn't much happening in town so we just had a little look around and found somewhere to park up for the ...
... the pictures I wanted to, I headed back to the car and continued my journey to Tofino with Mom.
When we arrived in Tofino, it was quite busy with tourists. I got some gas and then continued into the village to find a nice restaurant as we were both hungry. We saw this restaurant and decided to stop and eat at this place. The restaurant was called The Shelter. Mom ordered the Halibut Fish Tacos and I ordered a stir fry type dish with salmon. Mom and I shared ...
... the view.
We were going on a bear hunt!
It takes about an hour to get to the the shores where the bears come down to feed. On the way, magestic bald headed eagles just sat and watched us and the world go by.
Our first siting was the cause of much excitement, a 2 year old male down by the shore, turning over stones to find little crabs. And then there was another, and another. Five in total. They are not a socialable ...
... a surf! We didn't arrive till about 4pm - the road in is pretty horrible, quite narrow & windy in places with lots of potholes. It might not be too bad in a car but let me tell you in a motorhome you feel every bump and bounce. We're staying at Crystal Cove Resort, which is a mix of RV sites and gorgeous log cabins and it's waay fancier than what we're used to. They even have a Starbucks coffee bar in the office - could be dangerous hehe. The resort is set on ...
... until you've seen these guys (or guy/girls - apparently they are hermaphrodites)!
We needed to refill our growler of beer (priorities!) but found Tofino brewery doesn't open until noon so we hit Chesterman Beach for a stroll. We were told by a man in Saskatchewan that there were some lesser known old WWII bunkers along the beaches in Tofino, but they must of been too "lesser known" because we couldn't ...
Other places to stay in Tofino
1115 & 1110 Fellowship Drive, Tofino | Hotelfrom $90
608 Pfeiffer Crescent, Tofino | Hotelfrom $64