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... along this coastline thus earning its nickname The Graveyard of The Pacific.
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Located on the western edge of Barkley Sound. It offers visitors the opportunity to explore one of the world's most pristine coastlines. A true west coast working harbour, Ucluelet is a place rich in natural beauty and tradition.
Population about 1627
Ucluelet means 'people of the safe harbour' in the indigenous Nuu-chat-nolth (Nootka) ...
... people just let you be, not only in the hotel but all over. I am so at ease here.
However, enough romantic waffle, on with the adventure!
We had a lazy start with breakfast in the restaurant then out onto the patio to chill whilst the receptionist tried to find us an adventure, how easy things are when you ask the right people. By 11am we were on a seaplane heading out over the "broken lands" , ...
... the door at Wild Edge Lodge stating our hostess would be back by 5:00. We wandered through the stores in town and found some real treasures. Shortly after we went back to the Lodge, Laura returned and showed us around our suite. We have a great spot here - 2 bedrooms, a living area, kitchen, games, Cards and magazines. Brianna arrived just us we were unloading with a Carload of provisions. Our hosts have a delightful dog who loves to ...
... by two close islands, and at the western end of the beach we visited earlier. Arrived in Tofino in time to have a nice seafood meal. The salmon was cheaper than the halibut! All locally caught and very fresh and tasty. Off to walk the Tofino Lighthouse Trail, again through rainforest with coves and coastal vistas, but no lighthouse! This is on the western side of an adjacent island and out of sight (and ...
... came back a crow was peeking inside!
Then I went to a local forest trail after breakfast. Had a bit of trouble finding it but the local tourist info place sent me on my way... Beautiful place but again, just too many darn people. It's rather difficult to meditate on the natural beauty and commune with nature when there's tons of people around. It did prompt me to look up other places though and I found another place I can see even bigger and older trees. Probably ...