Florencia Bay Hideaway
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Down to Jamie's Whale Adventures for a 9:00am departure in search of whales. I decided it was much too easy to sit inside a large heated cabin cruiser and opted instead for an open 12 seater Zodiac inflatable boat.
It was cool with a threat of rain. Getting ready to go took some time. You suit up in search and rescue style protection suits which float and prevent hypothermia. The problem is they weigh about 20 pounds and are very awkward to don. They also provide toques, gloves and ...
A day for the hikers. Set off and walked the Wild Pacific Trail along the coast from hotel to the west. Lots of little detours to lookouts with great views across the Pacific and along the coast, called Artist's Loops. Another perfect day so we did not get to see an angry Pacific, it's name has been appropriate. Walked back through Ucluelet via Ucluelet Harbour and the Boat Basin where many boats were moored in ...
... almost, since Yvette invited me to follow, with a friend of her, a yoga lesson that she wanted to give and have filmed. I still feel it ;-) But it was a very interesting lesson, I am so happy I had the opportunity to do that!
Besides that moment of "sudden activity" , I just sat on the sofa, warm, looking at nice movies, I had those great talks with Connie-Lynn, and during almost all that time, Zena ...
I'm pleased to say, the next night was much warmer. We donned our hats, gloves and thermals before climbing into our sleeping bags. I'd even brought a fluffy blanket to go over the top of us - and we were both snug-as-a-bug. I discovered that the checkout lady had left the security tag on my hat, but that did not stop me wearing it! I just looked like a right chav in the toilet block - I'm sure a few of the other guests thought I'd pinched it!!
... for a lift back to Duke Point when we were leaving the island.
The people helping us at Enterprise were also really nice. The guy convinced us to upgrade our car for an extra $5/day so we could get the brand-spanking new Mazda 3 outside their door. It was far roomier and nicer than the compact we had booked so we went for it without much convincing, actually.
On the road in our bright red car, we headed out of Nanaimo down the only road to Tofino. We tried to ...