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... 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.
... 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 ...
... to Wickaninnish Beach and walk the South Beach Trail (2kms) round the rugged coast to South Beach. This pebble beach is famous for the music of stones rolling in the surf and the dramatic high waves.
When we pulled up in the car parking I noticed a ticket machine and apparently you buy a day ticket to park you car at all the beaches etc that are on the Pacific Rim National Park, which we hadn't done. You incur a ...
... the sea. Strangford Lough, in Northern Ireland, is meant to have 365 islands, one for every day. I’m pretty sure this could give it a great run for its money.
We didn’t go whale watching yesterday, our trip was only inland. We plan whale watching later in the week. To see a huge grey whale from above though was amazing. Dan took us down and around to watch it for a few moments, seeing it rise and blow. So exciting!
... fresh fish and chips!
Day 4 on the coastline and finally the sun has arrived. Lola is drying up, cabin fever is diminishing and the sunblock is on. Next stop the Pacific Rim National Park. After a short drive, we arrived at two short rainforest trails, which was followed up by our first frolic on the beach!! After a short walk down the coast, I thought it would be a good idea to build a small dam in the estuary run-off. The first one failed due to a large wave coming up the beach, ...