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... easy. We arrived in the village, found a place to park on the street. I visited a Starbucks for the Internet access for a last bit of work emails while Tony took the pups on a walk and scouted our way out of the tiny streets.
Once we got in the boarding line we enjoyed lunch of left over chicken on flat bread. It is easy to eat good food on the road when you drive your kitchen around with you. While ...
... back in the huge airport of Houston, Texas. Being one of the first off the plane I followed the stream of passengers to find myself in American immigration and customs. I asked an attendant if I should be going elsewhere as I was in transit only and not going into the USA. I was told otherwise, to get into the lineup like everyone else. What should have been a two hour interval between planes became one hour and the long serpentine wait ...
... but its oh, so beautiful.
Dinner at the local bistro was recommended - right on a lovely marina this time. Micro brewery delicious beer and perfectly cooked seafood again! Would you ever get bored of it I wonder or oblivious to the beauty if you saw it every day? I would think not.
So having fallen in love with Tofino, I think I will be expanding my love to cover the Island as a whole..
Cycled from Nanoose, B.C. up the Fraser Valley, Fraser Canyon to Lillooet where I caught a ride in a pick up as far up the mountain as I could get and then cycled to Pemberton where I spent the night in a very nice B&B.
Next day I was still pretty much whipped so only went about 40 kms to Whistler where I stayed at a new Hostel near Function Junction. After a good nights sleep I managed to cycle home to Nanoose for a total of 530 kms in five days.
... bought a box of Cuban cigars for my boss and it didn't even occur to me that I would be stopping with them in the U.S. where they are contraband. The last time I had any I was flying from Cuba into Canada so it wasn't an issue. Fortunately, I wasn't asked if I had any cigars (surprisingly) so I didn't have to make a choice about the answer. Then after a quick recheck of the bags, a snack, and a 40 min wait, I boarded my 2nd and final flight ...