Waters Edge Resort at Pacific Rim
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... fine sand and then rugged coarse sand and rocks
with logs strewn around. A lot of driftwood makes its way on tho these
beaches and is a little reminiscent of Hokatika in NZ. There are lots of
different types of seaweed and things to see as you meander along the
A very enjoyable time spent at Ukee.
... 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.
... about Australia....apparently she had lived here for a year....the characters you meet hey?
So we had a fantastic day walking around the towns, taking in the magnificent views and walking through some beautiful old growth forest trails (photos attached)... Another discovery, the local Kingdom Hall (photos attached)....here in tiny Ucluelet!!!
Leaving tomorrow morning for Quadra island....and our next exciting ...
... did it up right… ocean view campsite, seafood feast, giant slugs, and huge walk along the ocean… and popcorn to finish things off.
For the feast, we had garlic bread over the fire, and mussels steamed in white wine and cayenne. The prawns were done in a lime seafood dressing and wrapped in cedar that we bought today. The halibut was also done in the cedar, but with a dill spice rub. The salmon was done over the fire too – in a ...
... and he kindly decided to 'warn' me about Logan Creek...
Carpenter: "On one side is a 69ft ladder straight down onto a narrow suspension bridge over a ravine. The bridge is still 100ft above the ground. Then on the other side, the ladder is set at an angle, so you are kind of side onto the drop."
He went ...