The Ecolodge at the Tofino Botanical Gardens
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... traffic in terms of whale-watching boats, pleasure boats, fishing boats and the fairly frequent and noisy take off and landing of sea planes. All of which we were going to have to negotiate on our way out and in. Hearts began to flutter...
Duly warned, we jumped into our boats (Tim in front providing ballast/power, Chelle with all the responsibility of steering in the back - great potential for arguments!), ...
... a pendant and chain for Brianna. Before leaving the town we made a reservation at Schooners for dinner tomorrow. Our visit to Long Beach had us all dipping our feet in the water and watching the swimmers and surfers. Nancy refrained from any collecting after being told of the hefty fines imposed for removal of "nature" from the park. Following a quick lunch and a change of clothes we arrived at the dock to meet Cameron. His boat, the Black Fish seats 12 ...
... a huge group of Sea Lions sunbathing on rocks. Further on we passed several Sea Otters - these were probably our favourite as they just lay on their backs with their feet in the air, then almost wave at you as they dive down out of sight.
Wildlife spotting over, we moored at a small jetty after about 90 minutes or so on the boat. We then had a 40 minute walk along boardwalks through a temperate rainforest to get to Hot Springs ...
... a brilliant scenery. It was like one of our rainforest walks but just not in a rainforest.... The walk took a while but when we reached the cove, we realised it was totally worth it.
Schooners cove was beautiful! There were birds everywhere and in the centre of it there was a huge island. I went to explore while my Dad tried to trick me into thinking there were bears ...
... back to Dan's to watch the AFL Grand Final; getting home around 1am.
We drove back from Tofino to Victoria. Rained most of the day and it was a pretty uneventful trip. Stopped for lunch at Lefty's at Parksville - dedicated to left handed people.We had arranged to meet Neil Henderson once we got back to Victoria. We had a drink with him at the Charles Dickens Pub next to our accommodation. ...