Reef Point Cottages
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... hippy stuff. But for us the most important thing was the quality of the campsite as this would be our home for the next 5 days. Driving through the front gates we were not disappointed. we got a lovely site on the waters edge with a great view of the harbour. We got the usual suspicious looks from our neighbours as we started to set up so I decided to break the ice by telling them not to worry 40 of our closest friends would be arriving soon to start the party. His response in ...
Early checkout from hotel and breakfast at Starbucks in Parksville..
It began to drizzle...
She had found a little farm that made their own cheeses and baked their own breads..
Not far out of town called Morning Star Farm... sounds like something out of Enid Blyton..
One can pet the animals... So we just had to stop and meet ...
... in one of the trailers makes me more nervous. Anyway, then a girl comes down and starts talking to us. Sure, we can stay. We always make room. In fact a couple left this morning, you can have their cabin. Don't worry about the dog. He would never do anything. So she and Ash take us for a walk up a rocky hill to show us the cabin. It is rough. I mean rough. An old mattress and length of foam in a little loft, and a couple of 'chairs' that unfold to a mattress on the main floor. Tiny ...
... a lot more boats and was close to a few more restaurants. However, I like our spot – quieter and closer to the grocery store (showers would have been nice though).
After scoping out all of the places to eat on our fist walk, we decided to do a $14.95 Chinese buffet for dinner (boy are we roughin' it...) - Let’s Rock was gassy all night!
Tomorrow: The Broken Islands in beautiful Barkley Sound!
... far as dunking his head under before heading out. Jack and I, on the other hand, went for a swim out to the buoy and even spotted a rainbow on the far side. It was very refreshing. We headed back into Port Alberni to gather a few supplies before heading west again towards the coast. Our first stop was a stop along the river where there was a giant washed up tree trunk on the rocks and quite a few tide pools on the ancient lava bed. From there it was quite a ...