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Travel Blogs from Tofino
When we arrived in a morning haze to a first houses of Tofino, we could have seen hippy shops and bunch of vans with sleepy surfers sipping their first coffee of the day. This is Tofino - Canadian mecca of surfers. Although the season here is peaking in winter, when there are biggest waves, there us still a lot of other things to see. The beaches and coastal forrests are part of Pacific Rim national park. Around Tofino you can see several sandy beaches and rocky shores with tidal ...
... schools getting out there in the cold!
Apart from all the nature there were quite a few art galleries with aboriginal (the Canadian type) art on display. Love the drawings and the masks. Less fond of the price tag on them though. However, if we had the money… Tofino was a quirky little town and seems to be a great place for kids to grow up in; skate park, basketball court, bike park and even some tennis ...
... great to chill and watch the waves. On Wednesday evening we enjoyed a BBQ night on the site's Gazebo before strolling along Pettinger Point to watch the beautiful sunset. For our final evening we headed back into Tofino with just enough time to stock up on specially blended tea from Tofino Tea Shop before going on a Whale Watching trip with The Whale Centre. The Scorpian jet boat pounded through the sea at such a fast pace - it was like riding the Big Dipper. We ...
... Good kitchen, good showers, actual proper carpets in hallways and the view from the dining room….exceptional. Worth every minute of listening to a phone ring through to answerphone.
We cooked up the leftovers of our bolognese from the other night and settled down to eat with a bottle of red from the liquor store conveniently across the road. Not much else got achieved that night as we were both really tired and fell asleep early. ...
... we head back along the Pacific Rim Highway towards Tofino. Obligatory stop at the local coffee house (no ice cream this time) and then on into Tofino proper, to poke around the shops and galleries in town. I am struck by some of the artwork and readings in the galleries that feature First Nations work. The wisdom of aboriginal artists and their connection to nature and their environment really stands out as I read about their inspiration for some of their pieces in ...
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