Ocean Village Beach Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was overcast initially so we decided to head over to Ucluelet (the next town along and a mere 40km away!) to walk the Lighthouse Loop of the Wild Pacific Trail, a scenic route that partially hugs the rugged coastline of the Pacific Ocean and highly recommended by our host, Nicky. We set off and plunged straight into the rainforest and made the short walk through before emerging out at the edge of the ocean. We followed the trail along ...
... were going kayaking the next morning. Steph Sarah and Stuart had one or maybe it was two more for the road before Stuart and Steph decided to squirt Jo with a water bottle. It was hilarious to see Jo burst upright in his sleep. They managed to get out without being detected or so they thought. After that we all called it a night. It had been great but there was sure to be some sore heads and itchy legs in the ...
... Thankfully, the tide was still low so we didn’t have to swim back to shore!
We managed to fit in one more short hike up Radar Hill, but by this time the visibility wasn’t great as the clouds had come in so we headed back to the hostel via a Co-Op to buy supplies and motion sickness tablets for tomorrow. Sat drinking tea, looking at our view as the last of the daylight faded.
N & J
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... First excitement of the day was me heading out in the monster car to drop off DVDs and pick up bread etc. i had driven the car along a straight highway with tutting husband beside me, but this was my first time driving in town on my own. It was FINE. Although my palms were a bit sweaty when I made it home!
Then it was down to town for all of us and boarding the lovely ship, aptly named Leviathan. The whales, we heard, were right at the very furthest edge ...
... was something I really wanted to try. I've never surfed and James has tried it a few times, but really wants to do it again. I researched it last night and found that lessons are a three hour commitment, so I didn't want to be away from everyone for that long. There are family lessons, however, the ages for the kids were 6 and up. Turns out, once we were in a couple shops and they saw Marcos' size, they said they could do it! But this was at 3:30; a little too late ...