Sea Star Beach Retreat
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... The falls are beautiful but what amazed me was the beautiful job they did building the walkway and suspension bridge over looking the falls. Opened May 2015 this was really well done and top notch work. Very impressive! The next morning we left on our (6 hour but turned into 8 hours with our permission) whale watching tour at 8:30am. We saw a mama black bear and her 2 cubs searching for muscles and clams on the shore. Then we saw 100+ Dull Porpoises (Dolphins). They ...
Our second trip was the bear watching one. Same procedure as before with the floatation suits and down to the boat. There were only six of us on the trip this time. We headed out in a different direction to the previous day, to the rocky beaches and inlets rather than the open sea. Almost immediately Jens spotted our first bears - a mother and cub cuddled up together in a sheltered spot on the ...
... for the next day to see some more of the Islands. But.. I met some Australians that afternoon and after a few to many drinks around the camp fire I was so hungover I had to stay in bed and missed the trip! With money already running low I couldn't afford to rebook so a few more days chilling and maybe the odd surf lesson it maybe time to head back to the mainland and start my trip north! ...
... years knocked down several of these wooden monsters. You can imagine when one starts to fall others go with it.
After the quick stroll we were back on the road and heading up an over the mountains to Port Alberni. With 360 horsepower Jed conquered the road in no time. Port Alberni is a small Vancouver Island City with a waterway to the Pacific Ocean and the last big stopping point for any kind of meaningful supplies or groceries before Tofino. We stopped by ...
... fine if the Ranger spots your car without a ticket well we didn't know and visited all these beaches not knowing. Well we ducked down to the beach front and the mist was so thick paying $13.00 for a couple of hours walking in the mist was a bit expensive plus I don't think we would see anything. Looking at the Tourist Map the scene looked just the same as the rugged coastline at Ucluelet where we had been yesterday hiking.