Cox Bay Beach Resort
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Tofino
... slum it for dessert. Using our handy campfire toasters we used some sourdough rolls from The Common Loaf to make fresh strawberry pie. We just happened to have some vanilla bean ice cream in the freezer from Tofino Chocolate to make a great combination of warm pie and ice cream. You will probably want to start "camping" with us after reading this. We will keep you posted about future trips and maybe you can join ...
... Even more bizarre! (though, as we would come to discover, totally normal weather behaviour for Tofino). We pulled up at Harvey House B&B - a lovely-looking wooden house owned by a English couple who'd upped sticks and emigrated here from London back in 2005. After a brief chat about life in London and their life here we were shown to our room. One word suffices - gorgeous!
It was still late afternoon by ...
Today was just another foggy day in Tofino. I woke up first and was followed by Dad. At around 1pm we went out to Tofino to shop for food and to get some lunch. We wandered around a bit and had a variety of experiences. We went into the first shop (a clothes shop) to try and find Len some flip flops, and over the radio there was this really depressing story about a woman who thought she was going to go to prison because her daughter had died and she thought ...
... British Columbia has a population of about 6,500,000 people – more than NZ and is a huge province. About twice as big as Texas, is larger than most of Europe combined and it is a lovely city from what we can see. The city was originally associated with the mighty gold rushes of the north in the 1860's and because of its mild climate now reigns as a popular tourist and retirement community.
It is still raining moderately heavy and we are walking around the city and ...
... pants and sweatshirts, but soon the layers were coming off. The it was bathing suits. Too cold for me to go past my knees, but James went right in, and the boys were pretty close. The beach is full of driftwood that people use to build little shelters. The boys enjoyed this and each had his own design in mind. Had to peel them away to go for lunch and to check out Tofino. We had fish tacos for lunch. Best I ever had. Out of a bus. Huge line but worth the wait. A ...