Tsunami Backpackers Guesthouse - Port Alberni
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... it comes that Paul’s is so perfect) we have it with peanut butter and jam… even yummier
Let’s check out the lake in the evening
After all that eating a short walk down to the lake is in order… with Paul quick deciding that is enough walking
Relaxing on a warm ...
... a brand new fire pit setup near the cottage with chairs, wood, and a table all ready for our use. Plus we can't be certain but the bbq that was put on our porch looked brand new. It had definitely never been used and was truly a nice gesture by the owners. After settling in again we grabbed a drink and decided to go for a walk on the property. Heading down to the barn we met Heather, one of the owners and we asked if she could introduce us to the horses on ...
... there. Finally off to Nanaimo, no wait we have to stop in Winners to do some shopping. Okay off we go! Betty Blue cruising well, for an old girl and we cruise right on by Nanaimo heading to Port Albernie where will stop for the night before catching the Frances Barley to Bamfield. Arriving in Port Albernie we visit the visitors centre primarily to look for accomodation. This is where it got interesting. The option that available to us ...
... If you slipped then you had no chance of avoiding a 100 foot drop down the falls.
After tea and coffee at Starbucks we returned to Jacqueline's. She and I went out for tea while John stayed behind. He had had a big lunch and was feeling a little unwell so opted for TV instead. He missed a lovely spot, with views over the water and the lights slowly coming on in the area.
On our return John and I finished the puzzle we had started yesterday.
... and it was the perfect place to relax and let off the pressure from Québec.
The only real issue I had in Port Alberni is that the lens of my film reflex camera died. With the help of another backpacking photography lover I went to all possible stores in Alberni, all pawn shops and second-hand stores in the area to try to find a replacement for my lens, a real treasure hunt! For lack of success I had to settle down on a little compact camera, which picture quality ...