Terrace Beach Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... town to look around. As mentioned this was a small town so it didn't take to long before we started looking at the bar options and found ourselves at the infamous sports bar called Officials. To start with we were the only customers in there, but then Astrid and Jorit (those crazy Dutch guys) arrived to turn the evening into a proper cross cultural beer drinking experience. I think we held up the South African end but it was all a bit hazy at the end of the night. The next morning ...
... br> It is up there in 'The Best we stayed in' contenders..
We had a single bedroom suite...
There was a view out into the woods from the bed, with a kitchen / living area and huge shower and a bath that CJ had planned on wallowing in.
Don't know why but thought better of it when I offered to photo her and include it in the blog..
... expect that we're returning later tonight. But as we drive, we start talking it all through. The thought of laying down on those mattresses, possible bears, the dog biting Marcos, working for the morning after likely not sleeping much....well, that doesn't sound like a vacation. But I feel so badly about not going back. I feel like we're really hurting their feelings. James did summarize the conditions, though. He said, "Well, it is kind of like camping, only a lot rougher." And I ...
... the Tofino lighthouse it took another two miles of motoring to get out of the 'confused' seas.
The view of the coast from Tofino to Ucluelet was great. We passed Cox Beach, Wikaninish Bay (Long Beach), and Florencia Bay. The number of sandy beaches along the coast seemed to drop off the closer we got to Ucluelet. The rolling lush green mountains in the background ...
... the kayak, I got picked up by the others and we drove back to the rainforest to go for a 1km boardwalk through the giant trees. Not satisfied, I insisted that we try the bog trail just a bit further down the road where a 800m boardwalk took us to a completely different landscape full of spongy ground and short salt trees. In the evening after dinner, we took a nice long walk all the way up Long Beach and watched the sunset. A perfect wrap up to a fantastic West Coast ...