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Rather than spend a night in Victoria, we push it straight to Tofino so we can camp out for three days straight. After driving for over three weeks, this feels like luxury. We enjoy the walks, the rain and the eats. Especially at The Wolf In The Fog, which we find out has just been named EnRoute Magazine's 2014 restaurant of the year. We know why.
... norm around here, which is delightful. Menus proudly display the name of their suppliers, a rarity still at home.
Simon joined me, and we sat in the window just enjoying the view, returning to our room in time to see Andy Murray win his Wimbledon crown. I cried and was uplifted, not just at his win, but at how the country stopped to rally behind him (no pun intended!)
The Harr started to lift at 11ish, into a clear blue sky. Time to ...
We woke up to a misty rain in the morning. It seems like typical weather for the coast that is so foggy and damp. Andrew and I agreed that we didn't win the lottery with the weather in Tofino, but we didn't loose either. At least it wasn't pouring rain!
We decided to head into Ucluelet to check out the town and find a dry place for breakfast. As expected, the touristy towns are a little more expensive to eat ...
... the end - great!
journey not to long to tofino - only 2.5 hours. saw very young deer on the way by the roadside.
horsehoe bay lovely - park car in queue and went to play area and had fish and chips by sea. beats the pants off dover and calais!
... a girl who I'd met the day before and who not only lives in Vancouver but is also as obsessed with food, restaurants and food magazines as I am. She's going to show me all the decent restaurants in Vancouver when we get back- and we've semi-challenged ourselves to a crab and artichoke cook-off as neither of us know how to cook them yet! She'd gone surfing that morning and had got chatting to the photographer Derek. He'd recommended a bar/lodge/restaurant ...