Eagle Nook Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We managed to pack up and say our goodbyes to Laura and Cameron by 10:00 am. After a short stop for sustenance in Port Alberni our convoy split up as Nancy and I wanted to return to the stores in Coombs. The traffic was heavy but we arrived in Victoria without incident. I keep forgetting that I have never been here in the summer months before at the height of tourist ...
After packing a picnic lunch we headed off. Our first stop was at the Spirit Gallery in Ucluelet where they sell some amazing local wares, everything from paintings to pottery and jewellery. There was a bass guitar whose body was a Bald Eagle - a true one of a kind. Too bad there's not enough room to bring it home , Chris. Not to mention the price! Then off to the Rainforest where we took the boardwalk until we reached the many flights of steps going down and realized ...
We woke up to sunshine, had breakfast and headed out for Tofino with a stop at the Visitors' Centre to get our park pass. On arriving in Tofino we parked across the road from the Common Loaf Bakery, bought coffee and refrained from sampling any of the baking. Nancy was tempted by the Tofino Bar, reputed to be better than the Nanaimo Bar but she resisted temptation. The Saturday market was in full swing in the park so we checked it out and managed to find a few ...
3rd June cont.
On the island, Badi and Lesley were stood waiting to collect us and we were all wondering if we'd recognise each other as we haven't seen them since Peru when we left in October, 7 months ago. We loaded our gear into their car and they drove us to their house, an hour away via a country market that has goats on the roof! At the house we settled into our room and Lesley served us up some Iranian food (rice and zucchini with pieces of meat in a nice sauce) for an ...
... we arrived back at the B&B. We probabyl could have done without having a 3 hour hike that led nowhere the day before we started what is regarded as one of the toughest trails in North America. But hey, I got to test out my walking poles and we answered that age old question and thus can confirm - Bears do indeed **** in the woods.