The Ecolodge at the Tofino Botanical Gardens
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... ancient forests on the island which also led to one of the nicest coves for swimming - and when on the pacific Rim - well we just had to! It was beautiful - really crystal clear waters.
Then it was back to enjoy a well earned early night (at least for me). We had a lovely meal overlooking the ocean and then by 9 pm we were both fast asleep.
... big boys day out with Derek’s girlfriend Megan having to work! With go carting and driving his quad bike in a gravel pit, we had quite the racing fix that day. We had lunch at a local harbour pub near Parksville (halibut and chips, very good!) and had some amazing coconut shrimp curry. The fish literally came straight out of the water onto our plates. We stopped by a rather novel grocery store in ...
... There we sat for sometime watching the color of the sky change as the sun dropped lower and lower. A colorful blue jay joined us for the site. We headed back and took the path that lead back to our beach. Several people were still gathered on the beach, some enjoying fires as air cooled considerable along the water with the sun down. We were glad to have over-shirts to keep us warm as we made our way back for an early night turn-in. ...
... Kitty chose one that we already have.
After that we had some ice cream in the same place which was yummy��.
A bit after we went into the boat shop and booked our whale watching boat trip! So exciting!�� Later we went home and Kitty, Dylan and I had fun playing in the sand.
Overall, awesome day
By Lenny A.K.A Batman
... needed. Tofino was a surfers paradise for us great for watching and walking along the many beaches. Cox bay was full of surfers as the waves were huge. We also went to Chesterman beach home to Frank Island which in low tide you can walk to and in high tide it is completely surrounded by water. We went back twice to try to see this but each time the tide was out. We also had time walking round it really was tiny but things were ...