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Up early and to the ferry terminal for our ride to Victoria Island. Leaving the RV, we headed west to the Pacific Rim National Park and the town of Tofino. This is one of the most western towns that you can reach in Canada, outside of Prince Rupert and is the official turn around point for our trip.
In addition to Tofino, we checked out MacKenzie Beach ...
... br> After Chemainus, we stopped at Parksville, just north of Nanaimo. We didn't stay here for long, we just pulled up at 1 of the beaches and had a quick walk. It was pretty chilly so we decided to push on. The drive from here was beautiful. We went through Port Alberni, where Kerri was born, then north form there. The road was surrounded by lakes, mountains (some were even snow capped) and forests. It was exactly what you imagine Canada to ...
Sun – Early start as we took the BC Ferry to Vancouver Island and collected the rental car (after a long and sweaty walk to their office from the Port). Then onto Tofino, which is referred to as the poster town on the Island. Big thank you for my Birthday money from the family!! We were able to booked in the trip to Vancouver Island. We drove right beside the mountains to the other side of the ...
... was also beautiful.
By now we were getting hungry so headed back towards town in search of food stopping at Wild Side Grill which was basically a fish and chip shop. Between us we demolished a salmon burger (locally caught salmon, delicious) and some battered salmon (odd to start with as you expect it to taste like cod, but also delicious). Feeling fat, we decided to go for another walk along a beach, this time we walked along ...
... has a button which opens the doors from the inside. We have also been shopping. Ground bison was available as was olive oil called Pam and a chocolate bar called Henry. We also made the acquaintance of Aunt Jemima who makes pancakes, rumour has it she lives with Uncle Ben.
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