The Tides Inn on Duffin Cove
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Het wekritueel begint de eigenaardigste vormen aan te nemen. Wie krijgt het in zijn hoofd om op 06.30 hr zijn bergschoenen proper te kloppen op het beton onder ons raam.
We hebben gekozen voor de 19 Highway en niet de 19a die langs de kustlijn liep. Het zou ons veel tijd en waarschijnlijk miserie gekost hebben vanwege het drukke verkeer. …
... its tender and falling off the bone. Let the legs cool in the fat and leave them in there to cool as it will preserve them as well.
When re-heating do so in a 425 F oven, skin side up for 10-12 minutes, or until it is warmed through and the skin is crispy.
Alternative. Remove desired amount of confit from fat, scraping off any excess, and keeping remaining legs covered with fat. Place ...
We sampled a couple of whites and reds (and agreed they were very good!) before moving onto the famous blackberry port. He had two ports available, one which was only a year old and much more fruity and one which had been bottled for ten years via the Solera process. This is an old technique where each year some of the barrel is decanted and bottled and then the resultant gap is filled by wine from that ...
... blankets and on to the sand. After playing around for a bit don lit up the BBQ and it was sausages for lunch wow they tasted good, Harrison and Dons bromance was firmly cemented! There was a nice beach side museum telling the history of the costal peoples. Harrison loved playing in the display canoe! Tess had been going on about wanting to go for a swim in the ocean NOT the SEA Sarah ... There is a difference!! ...
... boy car. There were a few swerves, yes, but it's a big change from Cornwall.
The sun had blasted us all day so we were really surprised when we got to Tofino to find a thick sea fog had closed in. This didn't stop us having a great evening settling into lovely Sandpiper House. We are so lucky to have a couple of weeks ahead of us.
More news when we see some whales!