The Ecolodge at the Tofino Botanical Gardens
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... campfire going really without lashings of parrafin oil and even then it fizzled out quite quickly. The tent was a little damp inside, but we survived with a wall of spare towels. Our night was fairly comfortable on an air mattress, and our meals were superbly handled on the BBQ. We went surfing, decked from head to toe in wetsuit. And it poured the entire time, which was great fun while ...
... curves no oncoming traffic approached because we both would not have fit. We made it to the Bella Pacifica Campground around 2:30 PM and set up. We had originally reserved site 144 by accident. Luckily Tony figured out it was wrong before we arrived and called to get us moved to one of a better size and comfort. Site 144 is tiny and Jed would not have fit more than half way in and has no hookups. Site 44 was our site with a partial view of the ocean. We originally pulled ...
... have to come back up. We arrived at Long Beach to "catch some rays" and watch the surfer dudes. Wave condition is high today, Lots of people spread out along the shore and in the water but it still doesn't feel crowded. Our sandwiches, carrots and sugar snap peas were followed by delicious peaches that Brianna received from Jim and Dianne (her landlords). Once we had tested our sunscreen we drove into Tofino to check out the shops.Nancy was pleased to find a ...
... of course was gutted (ha) he didn't land it and that Paddy managed to take photos of his own fingers. Al told us that it definitely counted as a catch and that the halibut looked like it weighed 30lb.
After that it was mostly uneventful. Dylan caught a starfish which got manhandled and thrown back. Paddy got very excited then reeled in some wriggly seaweed. The sun was out by now and eventually we headed back to land. We saw some cute sea otters paddling away in ...
... 16 degrees.
Arrived at Tofino around 4.30pm. A busy place with lots of bikes being ridden along the bike track that heads out to the beaches. Found the accommodation OK, but the only problem was the room wasn't made up. Rang the caretaker but couldn't get an answer. Tried a couple of times. Fortunately, we found a man who was dropping of rubbish into container. He said he knew her and would ring. He was ...