Jamie'S Rainforest Inn
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Tofino
... out with the houses hidden amongst the trees and a small town area. It's set up as a tourist destination, is well known for a surf beach, it has 23 surf schools, lots of places where you can rent wetsuits and boards. It is also known for whale watching, prob 3-4 outfits taking tours, kayaking amongst the harbour islands, same number doing that, also has lots of crab fishing boats, a float plane for taking scenic ...
... shop barista. We heard a fellow at Tofino Coffee company yesterday say...."I am going to seize the day like a herd of turtles"....which is pretty cool...enjoy the moment. It is not a race it is about being. I am still working on it and it has taken me along time to realize this.
We really appreciate people coming up to us or sending us notes thanking us for posting this blog during our adventure. It means a lot to us to ...
... br> After returning to Port Alberni we went out for dinner and ventured out onto the wharf in Port Alberni - no photos as it was too dark - however the estuary, mountains, lights and clouds in the sky were all breathtaking to look at.
Tomorrow, Day 18 will include a ferry ride from Nanaimo to Vancouver, and in the afternoon, I will return the rental motorcycle to CycleBC.
... We did make a few purchases…some local screen printed shirts and wild mushrooms from a couple of guys with a large basket of the fungus.
For lunch we decided to wander across the square to the local bakery, which we visited often on previous trips. The best treat at the bakery was the "Tofino Bar" advertised as better than the Nanaimo Bar. It was pretty good, heavy on granola and little bit earthier…just as expected in Tofino. After lunch we booked a ...
... Falls, just north of Port Alberni, and decided this seemed like a perfect place to stop. After a delicious lunch we did the very short walk down to the Falls before setting off on the last part of our journey. We'd been warned that the latter part of the drive (approx 1.5 hours) was on extremely twisty roads which proved to be the case, but the accompanying scenery was so beautiful that it really didn't seem to be a ...