Breakers Resort

Address: 8940 Clarkson Ave, Black Creek, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9J 1B1, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 8940 Clarkson Ave, Black Creek.
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          Travel Blogs from Black Creek

          2 Greeks, 1 French and a trip to ER!

          A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Aug 15, 2015

          35 photos

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          Set on the edge of Nanaimo, our road had wonderful views of the Georgia Strait and views across to the mainland on clear days.

          Our hosts, Bingyi, Alexander and Alexander Junior greeted us warmly and welcomed us into their home with Ocean views. Little Alex, may not have been impressed in our moose games but he did enjoy endless running from Paulie in one room and me in another holding and passing over ...

          Black Creek - the sweet smell of seal

          A travel blog entry by cookcorn on Apr 29, 2015

          1 comment, 28 photos

          Hello

          We have been "suffering" from intermittent wi-fi access-itis and a a case of the CBFs in terms of the blog for the last 4 days - hence the Facebook-only updates. However we are now back to the mainland (17 storeys up in downtown Vancouver in a rather posh apartment) so we have no further excuses.

          Campbell River is the last "metropolis" on Vancouver Island before really getting into the sticks and I should mention at ...

          Rainy day inside till the afternoon

          A travel blog entry by lilmont on Aug 12, 2013

          3 photos

          Everyone slept in today seeing it had been raining all night terry is pleased as they need some rain for the gardens summer was beginning to become a bit dry.

          We were all very lazy watching the news in our jammies some sort of news as Perth politicians rorting the system, sex scandals, kidnaps and murders. Breakfast was muesli with fresh garden raspberries, peaches, nuts and ...

          Ralph River II

          A travel blog entry by raroboy on Jul 22, 2013

          168 photos

          ... what we knew ahead was: it is steep, it is long and there is no water, you have to be fit and go early.

          • So we got up early and at 7 am the motorhome was parked in the parking lot
          • with our hiking poles and 2,5 l of water for each of us and a lunch we started out
          • we saw the sign: no water (and there is really not even a tiny creek at all)
          • and then lots of ...

          The Heart of the Island

          A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Jul 07, 2012

          28 photos

          ... Marmite along with fresh smoked salmon, marzipan, fresh bread, digestive biscuits and candy. There were plenty of knick knacks, wooden toys and a café and deli section. The collective assortment of just about every type of merchandise in a market in the middle of nowhere was a pleasant and fantastic surprise! It reminded me of the central markets which are something I’ve been bitterly missing since I left home. Banff just doesn’t cater to the foodie ...