Clayoquot Wilderness Resort
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... turning over the rocks and occasionally taking a look at us. Apparently for the first three weeks after a bear comes out of hibernation it eats nothing but grass to kick start its digestive system. They are about 30% lighter than when they went to sleep so there’s a bit of weight to gain. These bears are not big – 150kg or so but they can run up to 50kph and climb a tree like no-one’s business so not worth messing with. We ended ...
... Next time we will make reservations as the customer traffic was never ending. For starters I chose the kale salad with seeds, nuts, sprouts and cheese while Brianna had the charred humbolt squid. For our entree we selected one of the share platters - mighty duck - whole b.c. Duck with beetroot and Gorgonzola lasagna. We drove back to Ucluelet in time to watch the sunset ...
... Sands Beach Resort by 5pm after a quick detour to Ucelet for provisions at the local Co-op. Our lodge was on the ground floor with wonderful views of Cox Bay through the trees where we spent most evenings enjoying the sunsets. The facilities catered well for families with volleyball nets, soft balls and badminton rackets & shuttlecocks just by our apartment. Our first day had us Kayak across to Meares Island to walk through first generation rainforest. The day had ...
... some had been spotted so our Captain changed direction and took us there. They are huge, much bigger than the Orca’s, but they also spent longer under water so we didn’t get to see as much of them.
We got back to our hostel at about half 4 and spent the rest of the day chilling out, drinking tea and looking out the window at the amazing views which culminated in a nice sunset too.
N & J
... turn to Long Beach to have our lunch . No surf today but the people kept us entertained and we took a little walk the rocky edge which I climbed to take a photo of Schooners Cove next beach to Long Beach. We were going to go to Radar Hill for a view over the land to the ocean but the trees now block the view plus the mist has come back in. Seeing we could see all the other beaches from Long Beach we thought we would drive up a ...