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After about 30 minutes of zooming around, Jens (our German guide) spotted a solitary black bear on the beach. They come out onto the beach at low tide to eat grass or look for crab under the rocks. These creatures are completed unfazed by a group of bright orange mammals in a noisy boat. In their minds, there’s nothing in the sea that eats them so “whatever”. They are quite happy at the ...
... bar with some live music, it was a perfect last day in Vancouver. As always I’m sure there are things that we missed but will did a hell of a lot and will miss this place.
Fri – Packed up and travelled to the airport. A day of travelling as we are going to Austin, Texas. We had a change at Dallas and were very excited by the prospect of eating the BBQ food and listen to the music ...
... use of a shaded picnic bench to take in the views before setting off on our next leg of the journey to Tofino near the Pacific Rim Provincial Park. Taking a pitstop at Kerr Creek, we decided to take a short cut through the trees to find an oasis. There were a small group of people taking a swim in the cold water to cool off. Despite being tempted, we were content to just dip our feet in the water and built our traditional traveller stone man instead. We finally ...
... to go into the warmer pools.
We spent about 90 minutes or so at the springs, and our timing was pretty good as it was largely empty when we arrived but got busier the longer we were there and even busier still as we were getting out.
Then it was time to have some lunch by the sea before doing the walk back through the trees. To top off a fantastic day we saw two Gray Whales on the way back as another boat radioed in to ...
... boats, a little houseboat and all the other docks.
Starting to get a bit peckish drove back out on the only road through the Pacific Rim National Park took a left turn to Grice Bay and watched a group of people coming back from a kayaking three day holiday in the wilderness. The bay is so beautiful and peacefully one could stay here for ever and a day surrounded by the forest next to the water.
Took the ...