The Hospitality Inn
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... museum and display of very important potlatch objects that were essentially stolen from the people when potlatch was outlawed. When potlatch was no longer outlawed in 1950, a whole generation was unfamiliar with this important culture. Fortunately some elders could lead the people. But their items were not returned to the First Nations for another 50 years ...a very ...
... proximity to the Tahitian island people may be a factor.
Ucluelet was a favourite-not so touristy and the coastline was pretty amazing-quite rocky and wild looking. The seafog was hanging over the beaches and with the bell tolling out at sea and the lighthouse out on the rocks-Pirates of the Caribbean looked a certainty!
The walk around the headland was an easy 2 km.
Got back in time for the Our Town festival at the harbourside at Port Alberni. There were ...
... left on the lake rocks by First Nations Indians in the 1800s, some great cliff jumping areas, and the multi million dollar homes people have on the lake.
As soon as we got back to the house Travis & Megan wanted to take some dock jumping photos of them wearing wedding items. Megan got dressed in white two piece bikini with a veil, and Travis got dressed in black shorts and a black suit jacket. These photos were going to be for ...
... the way but the service has been permanently stopped, and the area of Tofino is beautiful but packed with tourits in the summer season. And then I wanted to do something different for a change, so once back in Vancouver I started looking at various options.
As it happened, it's another train that made up my mind! At the youth hostel I found a leaflet for a train and a traditional sawmill, both steam powered, in the little town of Port Alberni. The dates on which they ...
... is that? for people to open their homes to strangers!
Danny is much more cynical than me and assumes people always have an agenda for something! Too true in Vietnam, we found ourselves dismissing locals who stopped to ask if we needed help thinking they wanted to sell us something! Actually 9 times out of 10, they just wanted to help and practice their English!
In hostels we have essentially been leaving our stuff in the care of sometimes, ...