Surfs Inn Rainforest Cottages And Guesthouse
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Today was to be fairly quiet. The plan was to just wander along some of the Pacific beaches in the Pacific Rim National Park and maybe do a couple of hikes through the rainforest.
The day was overcast but we took the trail to Schooner Cove. A good thing the tide was out or I don't think we could have gotten over to Long Beach. We would have had to go all the way back through the forest. The ...
... It all seemed wonderful at first, working mornings in the garden learning how to grow vegetables on a larger scale. We even went surfing with equipment Dougie lent us which was great fun. The main downside was his horrible dig which kept us hostage in our camper! Then gradually Dougie' s mood went downhill and he started to make us feel really uncomfortable so on day 10 we jumped ship. As it turns out lots of people we met after told us he has serious ...
... Freeway. There are a few impatient drivers on the road but we are being cautious plus it is the car in front that is holding everyone up and when it comes to climbing the mountains he stays in the overtaking lane not the slow lane and irritates the ones who want to overtake. We have a good fun watching the scenario at every overtaking spot. One good thing the drivers of caravans and ...
... coast surrounded by sea and pacific national park rainforest on 3 sides! The west side in the big ocean but the east side is surrounded by calm inlets dotted with islands! It one of the most beautiful places we have been too and we were excited to come back! The weather had improved some what and the sun was trying its best to push through! We were last here in March 2012 and now the summer had started the place was much livelier than before! RV’s filled ...
... Robbie enjoyed speaking with them and telling them all about the boats we went past and how they were "one million years old" or that they were "fifty-hundred feet long" - I think he's been hearing us talk about the history of areas or sizes of things. Robbie wasn't keen on going out on the deck as it was loud and windy. The ride was shorter than we expected, which was nice.
We stopped in Nanaimo for some groceries ...