Haida Way Motor Inn

Address: 1817 Campbell Way, Port McNeill, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0N 2R0, Canada | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 1817 Campbell Way, Port McNeill.
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Travel Blogs from Port McNeill

Campbell River über Elk Falls nach Port McNei

A travel blog entry by palomino_73 on Jul 26, 2014

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Campbell River wird auch das Tor zum Norden genannt. Es liegt auf dem 50° parallel. Bevor es Richtung Port McNeill weiterging, machte ich noch einen Stop bei den Elk Falls. Dort gabs einen kleinen Hiking-Trail dem Fluss entlang. Wunderschön, wie der Elk Fall über die Felsen schiesst! Dies war ein kurzer Trip. Nachher fuhr ich weiter …

Whales! Whales!

A travel blog entry by millervilles on Aug 03, 2014

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... Crow" and he politely donated one of his sockeye salmon to our group as a snack. He returned with the bounty and began to collect cedar drift wood on the beach. Ryan and I began to help and before long Todd had a small cedar grill going with the massive filet perched over it on an impromptu grill.

Around this time, Ernest, the warden zipped onto shore on a zodiac. He hopped out and admired our fish cooking efforts. Ernest, who is First ...

Eagle Eye

A travel blog entry by millervilles on Aug 02, 2014

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... a refrigerator? To prove that they really were the best hosts ever, the entire Spirit of the West land crew had been coordinating for months before the trip to help Tom with his secret plan to propose to Kristy. He disappeared after dinner, changed into a suit and waited by the kayaks with ring in hand while we distracted Kristy and eventually sent her his way since he had "to show her something." Fifteen minutes later they returned smiling ear to ear. We had ...

. . . native anchorage, Village Island

A travel blog entry by tricab on Jul 07, 2014

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... then we went into the area of the community waterfront. This was apparently the last native community to have the traditional potlatch before it was declared unlawful. It had been occupied for hundreds of years by the hunter/gatherer Haida.


A further embarrassing, excess of prawns were eaten and the day ended perfectly on the upper ...

Orcas, Humpbacks and Stellar Sea Lions

A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Sep 14, 2013

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... of the island where they sit and preen had pillowy grassy areas liberally covered in eagle feathers. We also visited Telegraph Cove, a former fishing and cannery village on Johnston Strait and Robson Bight, now beautifully restored and a jumping off point for kayaking and whale watching.

Reluctantly we finally headed back. As we got off the boat onto the float, a mink appeared and Zeus, known for his urban ratting skills, took off in hot pursuit. The mink erred in not ...