The Ecolodge at the Tofino Botanical Gardens
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... So it's back to house for a warm shower and a change of clothes and some lunch. Of course after lunch it stops raining and the rest of the afternoon turns out quite nice, we just walk down the road to check out the local area, then drive back into town and check out the shops there and then it's time for dinner. A little about Tofino. Tofino is just a little town, not sure how many people live here as it is ...
... to take everything slow. Don't try to cram a million things into one day or one town. Live like a local, if you want to sit and drink coffee all day at a cool coffee house and watch the people walk by then do so. If you feel like trekking in Argentina's Andes for a day or two do so but don't rush things "live in the moment" enjoy everything around from your family and friends to a conversation with a taxi driver, climbing guide ...
... of us to be able to see where she had served. She was so lucky to have been assigned to such a wonderful place.
There were many surfers in the sea, and it was amazing to see their bravery, as the water is really cold.
Afterwards we went in to the town of Tofino for some sightseeing and lunch. Tofino is really cute, has wonderful views of the bay, islands and ...
Saturday is public market day in Tofino so we headed into town with all the other tourist and locals….mostly locals. Most of the path into town was in the shade and pleasantly cool. The Saturday Market operates out of the park in the middle of the village with several booths peddling local arts and crafts. Some local musicians were playing from the gazebo in the corner. We treated ourselves to ice coffee while sitting and enjoying the music and watching the people come ...
... the waterfront. We'd read about a renowned bakery here called True Grain (which turned out to justify the hype) and picked up some bread as well as some cheese from Hilary's Cheese Shop. With the addition of some apples and peaches we had an al fresco picnic fit for a king and with a reluctant goodbye set off in the direction of Tofino.
Having driven another hour or so, we saw a picnic sign at a place called ...