C&N Backpackers - Tofino
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... Ucluelet, about a 25min drive. We have lunch there just in a little dinner and then just have a look around, just mainly craft and tourist shops. We also go for a little walk by a light house and see a really big slug, with the undergrowth be wet all the time there are lots of big slugs around, lots of different types. When we return to the house we spend the afternoon playing card games etc before it is time for dinner. A very lazy day but a good ...
... from Switzerland) were here for a few days surfing off South Chesterman.
We took a drive out to Rainbow bridge where Kina and Mac jumped from the bridge into the warm waters of Kennedy lake.
Devon and I on our final evening paddled over to Rosie's from South Chesterman, the sun was setting, I grabbed the GoPro and took some footage of some fun rides. At the very end of the session, Dev grabbed a perfect wave...I was sitting alone outside the break, ...
... at night is pitch black there are literally no lights anyway. Definitely feel like I'm in the wild! All our toiletries are in a box in the van because of the brown bears, they are known to like toothpaste of all things! Hopefully will see a bear in the wild, but not hoping for one to walk past my tent at night! Our tour guide Josh has some bear spray and supposedly they don't like noise! Today we head north to Tofino, and we ...
... headed out and a group on tour in a dugout
canoe pulled up.
Once back in town we stopped by the market for some water
and headed to camp for an afternoon nap and relaxation. For dinner we had a
duck leg confit pazole. With a pile of firewood to burn we sat outside and
enjoyed the fire and another pie. This time we tried mixed berries in a roll. Yum.
Another great day with good weather and plenty to do.
... that would surely be designated an AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) if it were based in England. The area also encompasses a few wineries (as if we hadn't visited enough in Kelowna!) but there was one place in particular that we wanted to stop as we'd read about an award-winning blackberry port which sounded very intriguing......
The journey from Victoria to Cow Bay had been much quicker than ...