Quality Resort Bayside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... locals won’t allow it. They even go so far as the grocery shop being very organic and fresh, so this is where we shopped. We bought 21 day matured Angus beef, beautiful meat for those that like a good steak.
Now autumn or they call it fall, the trees are changing colour, bright yellows, then golden yellows, to brown and reds, a sight to see especially when we came across a tree lined street.
On our way home we decided to take a stroll along ...
... news. At least if its running on gas we can still use it and because it works on one setting & not the other hopefully it should mean that we only need a replacement part & it's not completely broken. We'll have to get it checked out at some stage... Monday 29.04.13: Today was forecast rain but it's clear and sunny so we packed up, checked out of Living Forest and hit the road over to Cable Bay Trail - yep it was about a 15min drive ha. It really is a beautiful day ...
... to toys to gardening products. Robbie and I very much enjoyed some ice cream while people watching - its a very touristy area!
We arrived in Parksville at the Deaville residence before dinner, our home for the next two nights. Barb, Denis and Gillis (their dog) who are long-time friends of Andrew's parents were kind enough to have us. At dinner we were seriously spoiled with fine BC seafood including halibut cheeks (never heard of them ...
... find crossing to Vancouver Island was from Port Angeles, WA – a good 3 hour drive from Seattle – that connects with Victoria, BC, a 2 hour drive from our ultimate destination on Vancouver Island, Nanaimo. The ferry website only had 2 crossings today, and the second one (2pm) was on a first-here-first-on basis. So we've had to kiss our pre-paid and non-refundable tickets to the Boeing tour goodbye, get up at 6am and on the road by ...
... t be bothered by the sound of the window opening since they didn't even blink at passing cars. We sat there awhile longer and just watched them, after taking a lot of photos. It was pretty funny as they were tearing the plants and small trees apart. At least they weren't pooping on the lawn.
Just beyond the deer we found our great view that we had been looking for and got out of the car to snap a few shots. Ucluelet is absolutely stunning ...