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... refuge provides a 'home for life' to previously owned pet parrots. We then went into another aviary (this one the parrots were behind a fence) where we was greeted by another cocky saying hello to us and sticking his foot out so we would pat him through the fence, Tom said 'isn't he cute' so he patted him, which was a big mistake, he clung onto Toms coat and would not let go ☺ It was so funny.
After visiting the ...
... reds and a white. Around 4pm I finally reached my destination and soon found the motel. I dumped my stuff and headed out to walk the Pacific Rim Trail, which hugged the coastline. I've seen plenty of beautiful coastline before but this was up with the best. Tiny islands, rugged rocks and cosy bays - even more gorgeous thanks to the late afternoon sun - made the 6k walk an absolute treat. I realised this is ...
... to "catch a wave." Tofino is popular with surfers and the town has a handful of surf schools where you can learn the basics! Long Beach in the national park is also good for surfers and Long Beach was used to film the "La Push" scenes in Twilights New Moon!
It was a nice walk but by the time we had got back to the car the rain had set in and it was getting heavy! The strange thing is that its not cold at all! We were boiling with our rain jackets on!
... brushing our teeth to do a bit of star gazing, however, we didn't want to be without our headlamps for too long - just in case a bear or cougar had sneaked up on us!!
During the night it suddenly became clear that being so close to the west coast wasn't all that it was cracked up to be. The temperature dropped to about 3 degrees - and it was bloody freezing, even in our 3 season sleeping bags!! In fairness, it was our faces that felt that they'd been in ...
... there was no collision (as I wouldn't be here to write this)!
We finally arrived at Greenpoint Campground in Pacific Rim National Park (about 20km south of Tofino). The temperature was around 16 degrees and the sun was still out, but the fog was moving in. We had thought we were camping right on the beach - but we were wrong, we were high above the beach with a beautiful view of the ocean. Based on the fog and wind on ...