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... Tofino bus at Nanaimo.
Tip - Grab a luggage label from the bus depot and ensure your destination is clearly marked.
Tip - The Greyhound has WiFi and charging sockets where the Tofino bus has none.
The route took us from Victoria, through Duncan to Nanaimo, where we had a 25 minute stopover as we waited for the Tofino bus to catch us up. We were then able to transfer to it. Note that all the buses had toilets onboard and there are ...
... on the outer coast of Vancouver Island for 4300 years. In 1787 Captain James Barkley arrived near Ucluelet in Barkley Sound in search of sea otter pelts. By 1870 fur sealers settled in the area and and a trading post was established in Ucluelet harbour. As the bustling little town grew, more European settlers arrived with the news of a pending road from Port Alberni. By 1900 with the advent ...
We hopped onto highway 4 to cross to the west coast with several stops along the way.
Our first stop was at Little Qualicum Falls. This is another fast moving river with an upper and lower falls. Again this was quite dramatic and worth the stop and hike.
We drove on and stopped at Cathedral Grove in MacMillan Provincial Park. This is a large stand of old growth Douglas firs, some over 800 years old. These ...
... were given a room upgrade – and had a separate kitchen (never used) lounge, bathroom and bedroom and a view over the small boat marina. The girl at the desk was efficient, helpful and had lived in NZ for a year.
Ucluelet is on a peninsula on the West coast of Vancouver Island. The western side is exposed to the Pacific so the harbour is on the eastern side and the main shops and cafes were in a strip within walking distance of the motel.
... 20 degrees and it was so nice - Benny's got shorts on and we're both in t-shirts and thongs! Yes! We're sitting out in the sunshine by the river reading magazines and books, greedily soaking up the warmth and sun while we can. We're actually sweating and might be sunburned but for once I don't care, I'd almost forgotten what it felt like to be hot!!! So good!! We went for a ride around the campground this afternoon & it's filling up since yesterday - quite a few new ...