Campbell River Lodge, Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... by tidal currents, rapids, rips etc and with the wind coming from any direction at once they can have waves quite high. We saw salmon farms which the locals hate because they use hormones additives etc including chemicals to colour them. There were salmon jumping out of the water, sea lion, bird life and just as we came out of the Discovery Passage a large pod of dolphins swimming around in a huge circle. We stopped and tracked ...
... 7.35pm (oops!) and he'd come looking for me as he thought I'd been zen-ed out to the point that I got lost on the way home. Double oops! So a quick call to the restaurant and we got our table moved back to 8.30pm.
A revitalising shower and we were ready for tonight's lobster meal extravaganza. Seriously, could today get any better?! We sat down and ate a small starter (sashimi, ling cod cheeks and scallops) and then moved on ...
... hikes, dog walks, swimming in the freezing cold lake and eating copious amounts of delicious, wholesome food (s'mores excepted). I am yet to taste poutine, which I am told is a stodgy Canadian dish involving cheese curds, but I will have the opportunity on Saturday when we have a staff bowling night. I have probably bored you all senseless by now so I'm going to go and connect to the wifi (exciting!) to publish this post. Then it's lunch time! Over and out for now ...
... We were expecting the water to be freezing but it wasn't too bad with wetsuits. We have done rafting before but never had the chance to snorkel down the rapids - that was an experience! Scary to start but you just need to relax and the current takes you down the river at a very quick rate! Loved every minute of it besides when we knocked ourselves on big rocks! Also got to see bald eagles close up which was an added bonus. On the way ...
... a crash in a tunnel on our route holds us up for so long that we are 5 minutes after our booking has expired and the boat is full - challenge 3 failed!
First boat left at 10.15am. The next boat isn't until 12.45pm. There is a playground, and some reasonable lunch options, at the ferry terminal to keep us entertained. Taya has a ball playing with Grandad and his hat which she loves putting on and off his head.