House of Himwitsa
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- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... has 2 nerf guns and Chloe has a Baseball Glove that's her present for him. I go on search for Amanda & shortly find her, she has some bargains, definitely lots of those in Walmart, hopefully there's one near Chloe & Ian's house so we can go when we have more time to browse. We have about a 4.5hr drive to our destination, so we get in the car and get going. The road is quite busy but soon we are out of the city and it's not so bad. on the way to ...
... Unfortunately there were no fires allowed here due to a fire ban. The next morning I headed for Tofino (surfing capital of Canada) stopping first at Englishman River falls. Very similar set up to Qualicum Falls but different and equally as impressive. I proceeded down highway 4 to McMillian Provincial park to see the biggest and oldest Douglas Fur trees in Canada. The oldest was 800 years old and 9m round. It was 300 years old when Christopher Columbus visited. ...
... lives for the summer traffic of surfers and people who want to experience whales and bears etc in their natural habitats. It has a really relaxed feel about it and has numerous craft shops, galleries and coffee shops - even it's own coffee roasting company!
We made our way to the Long Beach Resort - where I definitely had 2 nights booked ...
Time. With no place to rush off today we had time to do whatever we wanted. No plans. No schedule. We enjoyed coffee and breakfast while looking out at the beach and took time to think about what we wanted to do in the area for the next several days. For today we decided on a bike Journey into the village. Without a bike trailer we had no way to take the puppies with us we took Manny and Bacon out for a long walk on the beak. ...
... just in time to witness a beautiful sunset. We slowly wandered down the very picturesque beach, watched some surfers try to catch the last waves of the day, looked on enviously at the beachfront houses that get to view this stunning vista every evening, and generally just soaked up the chilled out atmosphere that seems to permeate every facet of Tofino life. It is a very fortunate few who get to call this place home.