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... at a speed of 5 knots. After you leave the harbour, the speed increases a lot. And I mean, a lot. You cannot only see the ocean, you can also smell the ocean. And by riding the waves, which are very rough, you can even feel the ocean and once on your face you can taste it too. All your senses are stimulated, especially your eyes of course.
Your zodiac skipper, Mark, is taking you to the open wild of the Pacific. While ...
... we enjoyed every step of it. We had a bright sunny day to look down from the bluff at the beautiful blue water of the Strait.
Today the weather was all together different....cloudy, foggy, damp, chilly....sounds terrible doesn't it, but it wasn't. The fog obscured the Strait so you were forced to notice the beauty that was underfoot. Every little thing on the beach that had any color at all became a feature of my photos ...
... and I sat marvelling at it for a long time, thanking my lucky stars that I get to travel to awesome places around the world, but that I have this to come home to.
This trip has been an amazing journey. I feel like I know myself a little better. I have so much more confidence in myself and my ability to adapt to situations. I am not scared of the solo journey because I know that there will be new and old friends along the ...
... didn’t stay there as we had our new deadline with Dave and Yvonne in Victoria to meet so retraced our steps back to the US 101 and continued on towards Port Angeles. This last part was a great drive – mainly through forests of quite big cedars and pine, over tumbling, crystal clear streams and rivers and alongside the drop dead gorgeous Crescent Lake whose southern shore the US 101 follows for some 16 kms.
From there it was but a hop and a skip into ...
... which was pretty interesting, and then we got to a place where water is coming down rocks at a temperature of 40 degrees. This is all natural, not man-made. It ended in the ocean, from which waves would come towards the hot springs, so at the boundary you could sit in a warm spot where you would be cooled off by cold water every now and then.
On our way back we were taken to a cave which had a lot of starfish. Then we went to different rocks in the ocean which had ...