Jamie'S Rainforest Inn
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... road into Tofino and our first tour of the day: a sea kayak excursion in the Clayquot Sound (pronounced "Clock-what") and around the nearby islands to spot wildlife.
We arrived at Tofino Sea Kayaking Co in plenty of time and got a few provisions before they gave us our safety briefing and got us kitted up. The initial few hundred metres was across the busiest shipping lane in Tofino, which although small does ...
The weather had changed overnight, lovely blue skies..
Looked at breakfast menu... All alternative herbal stuff @ $$$+++
So it was off to search for a cafe... Which had an espresso machine..
I needed the double shot... Not a lot other than the dreaded trails to be walked..
We decided to break the hike into two sections..
The Lighthouse loop in ...
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today we went to the Ucluelet aquarium. It was all one room strangely and it was much smaller than our Cornwall aquarium. BUT you could touch and feel all the creatures in the small tanks. It was amazing! I picked up a crab, it crawled all over my hand but luckily it didn't pinch me.
Lenny found some sea anemones. They were magic because when you put your finger in their tentacles, they coiled around your finger leaving you trapped! But ...
... township for a hot coffee at Tuff Coffee and then we venture onto our boat – Wasco - for the day with two others – the boat had two viewing decks and a heated cabin. The day was too gorgeous to be inside even though it was only 10 degrees, there was no breeze, the water was smooth and the sun shining.
We sat right at the top of the boat, for a magnificent cruise to the Hot Springs. We stopped to see five Gray Whales feeding in the ...
We are divided between two options today – to drive one hour north to Campbell River, and then take a short ferry ride to Quadra Island, where we might be able to kayak with orcas - or travel about three hours to a beach. We toss a coin, and end up on the road to Tofino, the world famous surfing capital of Canada.
Our first stop is Sproat Lake. We get an insight into Canadian holidays as we drive through the camping area beside the lake. ...