Travel Blogs from Qualicum Beach
... to ring the man wen we got there to get his cot brought up... So used to the holiday house lifestyle now! Steph was first to notice that we only had one double bed whoops ... But Daren the owner quickly sorted us a put up bed. Harrison was most impressed by the two huge dogs that were outside I particular the puppy called Zurich. He was younger than Harrison at 2years and his mam Brie was also there they but were ...
... would have been the better option. Okay we were safe now, making our way to the harbour to rendezvous with the Frances Barkley (FB) to make our way down to the Bamfield. 'Did you see that ?', I shouted. A deer walked across the road. We have kangaroos and Canadia has deer that wonder the streets. It took a while of driving around In circles before we found the RV long term parking area. Back of the train station in the car park ' what do you ...
... dollar homes backing onto the sea. Lovely views but one day the cliffs will give way like in America and the homes will fall into the sea.
Walked down the trail to Seal Bay the beach is pebbles like the others beaches with a lot of washed up logs. No seals or whales to see must have know we were coming walked some distance before taking steep trail back up to the road and crossing ...
... and packing them with sand. Contestant Peter Vogelaar stops his work to tell us that this is just the “packing phase”. “We start sculpting from the top and remove levels of formwork as we work down to the bottom.” A lady of advanced years, who introduces herself to us as “Judge Judy”, also stops to chat. She’s actually the festival director, and can’t resist explaining that the contestants have to ...
... morning, she was so kind to drop me there before going to work! That was so nice!
Everybody is so nice ;-)
Connie-Lynn is relax, in the weekend, she re-charges her batteries. But she cooked, and it was so good!! Sunday morning for breakfast I tasted this "cinnamon buns with vanilla pudding thing" that you put in the oven, mmmmmmm!
And then, there are, the dogs! Rosy, a St Bernard ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking