Marina West Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarina West Motel Tofino
We were so happy with this Motel! We picked up our stay through Island Daily Deals and it included 2 nights stay with a $25 pub credit. The room was very clean with an amazing view! The staff were incredibly friendly and the Motel pub had really good food. I would go again in a heartbeat!
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Every free moment we had was dedicated to Geocaching!! We woke up early to get a good start on the day, wanting to find as many as we could. 1:00PM was our 2 hour whale watching tour with Jamie's whale watching. Such an Awesome experience! We did see 1 whale for about 10 seconds, but just being out on the water on a beautiful April day was enough! …
Headed to Tofino for our 11th year. Although the waves were a bit small this year we all had a blast. The weather was warm and sunny most days. We liked to surf after most people have gone home hence...6:30 pm till dark...therefore dinner most nights was pretty late but wow what a feeling.
Hooked up with Dylan and Devon's buddies Derek Rodway and Jackson Coyes and did some surfing and hiking. Really great spot ...
... a huge group of Sea Lions sunbathing on rocks. Further on we passed several Sea Otters - these were probably our favourite as they just lay on their backs with their feet in the air, then almost wave at you as they dive down out of sight.
Wildlife spotting over, we moored at a small jetty after about 90 minutes or so on the boat. We then had a 40 minute walk along boardwalks through a temperate rainforest to get to Hot Springs ...
... for a few days and had such a great time! We went on a boat ride (in the ocean and encountered 3-5 foot waves, gulp!) and checked out some hot springs, which was fun.
We also saw a bald eagle our first day there! And we got to see a ton of sea lions, sea otters, and sea creatures galore! No whales, but ah well, we need a reason to go back. ;)
... 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 ...