Sand Pebbles Inn
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- Free parking
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The plan was to catch the 7:34 bus to arrive at Horseshoe Bay at 8:13 in order to catch the Nanaimo ferry at 8:30- 17 minutes to get tickets and get to the ferry. Thankfully everyone was up early and we caught the earlier bus at at 8:04. This turned out to be a good thing since we were sitting on the ferry as it was starting to leave harbour just as the 8:13 bus was arriving-too late. The next ferry was in 2 hours.
I would give full kudos to BC Ferry as ...
... FB and made our way to the general store for provisions for the next 3 days. Our hosts met us and rocked up on the ATV to transfer the luggage. Our back packs! We were to walk the 10 min to where were staying, Woods End Landing Cottages. A trek along the board, revealed the tree top toilet. Very similar to the walkup urinals I recently visited in Amsterdam. This was was the Canadian version. Another 'Beware of Bear' sign. This is ...
... Yes! This is clearly a spot known only to locals. It was worth it. The pics can't really do it justice, and some of the pictures are on our other camera, since it was tricky to bring the iPad on the challenging climbs and descents. We're planning to go back and brave the cold water for some swimming. The pools made between the waterfalls are gorgeous. ...
... Then, it’s back north to the beach. Ah, which beach are we going to? “The main one where everyone goes.” Which one is that? “You’ll know it when you see it.” We take a likely road into the forest and end up in one of those hidden bits of woodland suburbia where everyone knows one another, and nobody trusts strangers. David plucks up the courage to ask directions from a lady who may ...
... and stayed in Vancouver for a few days; lovely place. Had a real buzz about it and really enjoyed it there. Met some cool people there & lost a lot of sleep cause our rooms faced the nightclubs and bars & in Vancouver, it sounded like people where getting murdered every night!! We moved onto Vancouver Island and the drug capital of Canada apparently! We again took in the wildlife and come across a small, fast flowing river and mini downhill rapids which turned out ...