Waters Edge Resort at Pacific Rim
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... Canada. Located 25 km west of Qualicum Beach and 16 km east of Port Alberni, the park straddles Highway 4 in central Vancouver Island. It is nestled on the western shore of Cameron Lake, and protects the delta of the Cameron River. The park is home to a famous, 157 hectare stand of ancient Douglas-fir, known as Cathedral Grove, which draws visitors from all over the world. The park provides the only highway-accessible protected old-growth Douglas-fir forest ...
... return to base. Time to chill. The jacuzzi was calling. Out on the patio overlooking the ocean it should have been heaven but things didn't quite go to plan! First my key card wouldn't work, then the pool was full of pine needles due to last nights rough weather. This and me dropping my locker key in the jacuzzi really did take the edge of things so I returned to luxuriate in the bath instead with a glass ...
... but none were sighted. We dined outside at Matterson House on the main street. Nancy had their chicken specialty with an amazing raspberry cream sauce while Brianna and I had the pasta special - penne with shrimp and scallops. They were all incredibly good and the service was excellent. We skipped dessert and returned "home" to digest. Bri and I digested on the couch while Nancy walked around the block. So much for going to watch the sun set tonight. We're too ...
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 ...
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!!