Tsunami Backpackers Guesthouse - Port Alberni
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... on it to see if we could spot any leaping salmon.
Then all of a sudden... LEAP! One flew up into the air. Then another... and another! It was still early in the season, so the run wasn't manic just yet. One was jumping every 30 seconds or so and what a sight it was!
This is such a phenomenon of nature, we just couldn't get bored of watching this spectacle. Luckily there were no bears around, but there ...
... to get some sticks and then it’s time to get the dough ready – one thing we discovered is: not to make it with olive oil, the dough is too brittle and difficult to get on the stick… but it is so yummy with butter and cheese and the 2nd go (when Gine’s nearly falls in the fire – no ...
... skipping stones can provide so much entertainment. We must've been on the beach for a good hour.
It was then time to hit the road again, with one last pit stop into a native gift shop to see what we could find. After grabbing a few souvenirs for ourselves and Kara's sister as a thank you for watching the dogs in our absence.
Arriving back at our farm cottage we were thoroughly impressed to see that our request of using a fire pit and bbq was ...
... floating houses dropping of food and LPG tanks. We discovered that the floating houses and their tenants were called squatters , as they paid no land tax. Guess why? We did a couple of drop offs and headed to the post office to drop off and pick up some mail. Wow, times are tough at Canada post! Do you think I can get my passport pictures here? Off again and on our way now to Bamfield. An idyllic fishing at the mouth of the Barkley Sound. ...
Having survived multiple renditions of Oh Canada ( Canadia) I awoke to a beautiful sunny morning. It was going to be 31 degrees today, should be a nice drive up to Port Albernie via Duncan , Nanaimo, and Coombs. The day started out well, and ended with a real ****** experience. I will get to that. First stop Duncan. A pleasant town that has a very indigenous feel.There are totem poles strategically placed around the entire town, so we went ...