Pacific Breeze Motel
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explore. We passed by some clockwise hikers and as usual they saw Manny and
thought he was a bear cub. It never fails. After about an hour we made it to
the board walk and a section with massive cedar trees. We found a comfy set on
the split timber and enjoyed our sandwiches. The hike was much easier on the
board walk. Back at the starting point we had to wait about 30 minutes for the
taxi to return. There ...
We sampled a couple of whites and reds (and agreed they were very good!) before moving onto the famous blackberry port. He had two ports available, one which was only a year old and much more fruity and one which had been bottled for ten years via the Solera process. This is an old technique where each year some of the barrel is decanted and bottled and then the resultant gap is filled by wine from that ...
After saying goodbye to Nathan joe and Dayleen last night as well as don and Tess the plan was to get up early and head to Courtney where Steph had a wedding that afternoon. Steph and Sarah also had a manicure and pedicure booked in prior to the wedding. That was the plan anyway. Instead Steph knocked on the door at 7:15 to find everyone fast asleep we were suppose to be up at 6! 39 mins later and we all felt dishevelled but had checked out of the hotel and were ...
... a brilliant scenery. It was like one of our rainforest walks but just not in a rainforest.... The walk took a while but when we reached the cove, we realised it was totally worth it.
Schooners cove was beautiful! There were birds everywhere and in the centre of it there was a huge island. I went to explore while my Dad tried to trick me into thinking there were bears ...
... on land. I’ve got a soft spot for Whales, Dolphins, Sea Otters and Squirrels on this trip, and seeing the Sea Otter made the day super special, we saw about 10 in total.
An hour and a half north-west of Tofino, we arrive at Maquinna Marine Provinicial Park in Clayoquot Sound to soak in the natural hot mineral spring pools. Reachable only by boat or sea-plane, we take an enchanting boardwalk hike for 2kms through old growth forest, ferns, ...