Terrace Beach Resort
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... dutch accent was that this was great and they could join his 50 friends that would also be arriving at any minute. And so a good friendship was started. Having made some new friends we asked them were the good places were to go out in town, and quickly found out the choices were limited to a docked fishing boat that had been converted into a permanent bar in the harbour, and a sports bar which seemed to be only open to give the barman a place to be. Taking this under advisement we ...
returning to the hotel, we decided to explore the coastline as there is a dedicated trail along the cliff top designed to offer the best there is to see. . The shore line is riddled with little inaccessible coves filled with huge tree trunks washed up on the rocks. All stripped bear by the power of the sea. It makes you respect the power in those waves. . Our legs eventually decided it was ...
... the wedding she is attending when we return to Muskoka. I managed to find several items of interest and am now beginning to wonder if we will need that trailer we joked about for the trip home. Back to Wild Edge to change for dinner and then once again on the highway back to Tofino. We had made a reservation at Schooners. Lucky we did as the place was packed. Dinner lasted two and a half hours and the people watching was very rewarding. We arrived back "home" ready for ...
... had a lunch stop in Port Alberni and then headed west. The road was windy but there were lots of pull out areas, with reminders for slow driver’s to use them. We did see one scary piece of passing – but otherwise the road was not too busy and John enjoyed the trip. I admired the lakes and rivers, but stopping for photos was not usually sensible. We did stop once for a cache and a short walk.
Ucluelet is small, so it was no trouble to find the ...
... the sea. Strangford Lough, in Northern Ireland, is meant to have 365 islands, one for every day. I’m pretty sure this could give it a great run for its money.
We didn’t go whale watching yesterday, our trip was only inland. We plan whale watching later in the week. To see a huge grey whale from above though was amazing. Dan took us down and around to watch it for a few moments, seeing it rise and blow. So exciting!