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... homes to other animals.
After walking around the trail for a bit, Mom and I decided to continue on our journey to see more of Vancouver Island.
I mentioned to Mom that we could see what Tofino had to offer - only 3 hours drive from where we were at that point.
Mom said ok and so we were off.
On the way to Tofino, Mom and I had a pit-stop at an entrance to a trail that was ...
... that we continued down the road to Port Aberni to check out a local fish and chip spot. It is located in an old church and provided a pretty good lunch. We did a quick circuit of the town before deciding to spend the afternoon at the beach, so made our way east to Parksville. There we found an amazing display of sand-sculptures that were from a recent world competition. They were large and full of detail, with so much work ...
... nursery. But instead of selling all flowers it had a big store full of random gifts and novelty items. It was a pretty cool place. A bit over priced, but cool yet the same. When back at home Peter (Megans dad) made everyone some eggs Benny, and cut up some fresh fruit while Megan and I played around with different colored gel beads in jars with flowers for possible center pieces. But after a few hours these beads actually killed the flowers so we nixed ...
... submergée et navigable jusqu'à l'océan Pacifique. Et devinez quoi: il y a un bateau, le MV Frances Barkley, qui fait le trajet! Quand j'ai appris ça je me suis précipité pour acheter un billet, et le matin du départ j'étais debout à l'aube, excité comme un pou.
Au cours de la grande demi-journée de navigation nous avons quitté sous un soleil radieux les flancs abrupts de l'Alberni Valley pour rejoindre le Barkley Sound et le Broken Islands Group, archipel d'îles éparpillées au ...
... having too many people to get to know! We became particularly chatty with a Canadian girl who was on a cycling adventure down the west coast. As we shared stories and experiences, the topic of staying with "friends of friends" came up!
Throughout the trip we have been overwhelmed by how trusting and friendly people are! Im not sure if its just the travelling community but we have had endless offers of a bed for the night, from people who we ...