Bear Cove Cottages
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... across Queen Charlotte Strait, 15-20 kt. winds blew us across to Allison Bay. With 2-3 metre following sea, we surfed across the open waters in a 5 hour transit into this calm and remote bay.
Tomorrow, another 0800 cast-off to beat the wind and waves on waters open to Japan, rounding Cape Caution and entering the inside passages of Rivers Inlet.
... ride to Victoria . . . at the southern end of Vancouver Island . . . .
Getting to the BC Ferry and Riding the Ferry
We were up way too early for the checkout routine to get to the BC Ferry terminal . . . we waited in the hotel lobby . . . chatting with the night clerk, Jason, . . . waiting for our taxi . . . that I ordered up the night before . . . . He is from the area . . . and I asked about cruise ships coming to Prince Rupert . . . ...
... Yum, yum, yum. For dessert, I picked the red grapefruit sorbet, which was incredibly refreshing.
After dinner, we went to the Atrium, where they were serving champagne, and at 7:15PM, all of the ship’s officers were introduced. Next, the Champagne Waterfall, where they create a tower of champagne glasses and pour champagne at the top so it trickles down to all of the other glasses ...
Woke early this morning to SUN shining in our camper window. Blue skies! What a beautiful morning, in such a beautiful setting. Walked down to the marina and watched the fisherman go out, then went out on the dock. The water was so blue and clear. Unfortunately, we didn't see any whales. Others in the campground told us they had seen Orca whales right off the dock two nights ...
... out, Bingo with the locals was quite enjoyable. Sometimes as a traveller you get more enjoyment in the seemingly boring non-tourity activities because you meet some interesting characters, and possibly learn a skill or two. At bingo I met some local little ol' ladies who taught me how to play bingo (some of the different games are actually difficult) and afterwards gave me a tour of the town; 'a tour of Port Hardy's nightlife' as they put it. They admitted there ...