West Coast Motel on the Harbour
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... It was about a 45min drive from Ucluelet but on route we saw a tourist sign stating "Ancient Rainforest - 1 mile". That's not the kind of sign you ignore. We pulled the car into the parking lot expecting the whole thing to be a quick visit......boy were we wrong. This turned out to be one of the most truly remarkable places we have ever seen. A proper dense jungle, with massive trees, thick bush and the sounds of many strange birds watching you. The tourist board even kindly built ...
... fly into another then burst through into the gorgeous sunshine. All through the trip he gave a running commentary of the area, with only the two of us it felt like chatting to a friend in a bar rather than listening to a tour guide. A truly personal affair. We even went with him whilst he fuelled up ready for his next flight, then taxied down the river for a unique few of the harbour. Lunch was a ...
Coastal Renaissance is the name of our BC ferry that left Horseshoe Bay at 8:30 am. After a brief stop at the bank in Nanaimo we headed north. We decided to take the ocean route to Coombs where we stopped to browse and managed to spend a little money. The goats were on the roof giving the tourists a real show as they Constantly fed on the grass. Cathedral Grove was our next destination where we walked among the huge trees in awe of the ...
Just wonderful. A chef and a fisherman own the shack, and the food was fresh and truly superb. The fish taco had zingy salsa, crispy lingcod and spicy coleslaw. Oyster’s and chips! It is still making me smile. Perfect chips, better than any I’ve ever had from a chippy in Edinburgh, though “salt 'n’ sauce” would have gone very well on these, cooked with their skins on. I will dream of those chips.
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... by the sulphury smell wafting our way. Changing into swimsuits, we carefully lowered ourselves into the hot water. It was amazing! So relaxing! It couldn’t have been a more perfect day for the pools – cool, gray and a bit of wind blowing off the ocean when we needed to cool down. The water temps were about 105 degrees F (50 degrees C), and we met all kinds of neat people from around the world. These are the best springs we’ve been ...