Port Renfrew Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
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Travel Blogs from Port Renfrew
... before high tide ideally around noon. But the trail was super muddy and slidey so we were not as fast as we thought. Luckilly we found out there is an alternative trail for high tide. So we ate our lunch while watching experienced surfers in cold waters. To our unpleasant surprise the alternative trail was high on a cliff that was only accesible with a rope and a mud slide. After several ...
Next time we'll try to have the camera more readily available. We were driving along, just left Port Renfrew and heading towards Sooke when there, just on the side of the road, was a black bear, just sitting there on the concrete barrier! Martin managed to slow down a little but it was right on a narrow bend in the road so he couldn't stop and by the time I'd reached around to get my phone out, he'd loped off into the forest. That was ...
... as no effort was made to make the place look nice but that certainly didn't stop michael from finding interesting subjects to capture, including a fellow cleaning his catch for the day and feeding the seagulls the remnants that missed the chum bucket. We retired to our tents early because we knew tomorrow would be an early ...
DAY 65 of Circumnavigation
Miles Driven - 280 (today in the jeep only)
Total Trip Miles - 2291 since leaving Ananda Village mid May
We drove out to Cape Flattery in the Mr. Toad today. Left CharLi in Lynnwood. We wanted to set foot on Northwestern Most part of Continental USA. Alaska and Hawaii not in circumference plans. Well Alaska is next summer but that is a different story.
... close to them but if they approach us then its ok - you just switch off the engine and let them move away when they're ready. So we were sitting there and they turned towards us and started heading right at us. They got to about 3 metres away and then dove down and one of them swam right UNDER OUR BOAT! It was amazing, we saw what he was going to do and could lean over and see him through the water going right underneath us. That moment alone was worth the previous 2hrs of windburn ...