Rainforest Beach Lodge
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... up to 50-60 feet. Apparently that is becoming a tourist attraction. People will come down to the beach to see these storms come on to shore. I don't think you would want to be too close to shore.
Canada has many unique areas and this western coast of Vancouver Island would, certainly be one of them.
Tomorrow, we take the fun roller coaster back through Port Alberni and on to Victoria.
... Finally we hitched back up to Qualicum to spend another couple of nights with our lovely friend Mickey, who welcomed some people to play with Eli during his school.holidays before he sent her mad! Now we are just outside of Duncan with a family of 6 children under the age of 12! They are so nice and the children are great on the farm. Kim and Curtis built their cob house 4 years ago and follow permaculture practices with their garden and animals. The oldest ...
... to pay by Credit Card first up the Indian Owner said too many people were driving off without paying. Petrol wise the Pontiac is good on fuel for a V6. To calm down we had a Latte at MacDonalds.
Port Alberni is a deep sea port and the gateway to many outdoor activities we saw a lot of fishing boats in the harbor before we turned onto Highway 4 following the Somass River and crossing it ...
... wild Pacific salmon, oysters or prawns. Had we known the price though, we'd have brought our own seafood from Bill's Lobster on Gerrard Street, just a five minute walk from where we live in Toronto. As the story goes, the few fish markets that exist in Tofino are for tourists only. Locals buy their seafood right from the fishermen. So a word of caution: when entering a fish market ...
... we headed north. After a brief pit-stop for fuel in Port Alberni, we continued west and quickly witnessed the sun and blue sky give way to thick, black storm clouds, a torrential downpour of rain and eventually, wet, heavy snow. As such, the drive from Port Alberni to Tofino was slow and uneventful.
Upon reaching the west coast ...