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... Tofino bus at Nanaimo.
Tip - Grab a luggage label from the bus depot and ensure your destination is clearly marked.
Tip - The Greyhound has WiFi and charging sockets where the Tofino bus has none.
The route took us from Victoria, through Duncan to Nanaimo, where we had a 25 minute stopover as we waited for the Tofino bus to catch us up. We were then able to transfer to it. Note that all the buses had toilets onboard and there are ...
We hopped onto highway 4 to cross to the west coast with several stops along the way.
Our first stop was at Little Qualicum Falls. This is another fast moving river with an upper and lower falls. Again this was quite dramatic and worth the stop and hike.
We drove on and stopped at Cathedral Grove in MacMillan Provincial Park. This is a large stand of old growth Douglas firs, some over 800 years old. These ...
... of timber that gets washed up on the beaches of the little coves..
The trail we did was only a short section of the total available, we did about 15k in total.
We ended up in a grove of giant cedars..
Enormous trees in height and girth that were hundreds of years old..
Interesting afternoon. We arrived in Ucluelet and checked out the town. We did a little hike to a lighthouse, but we plan to do the 2 km loop tomorrow. This is all part of the Pacific Rim Trail, which stretches all along this coast. Here comes the interesting part. We were 'scheduled' to stay with Medicine Farm Dougie. This was another couchsurfing setup. However, this was a little different. Dougie lives off the grid on an organic farm. No electricity, pretty rough conditions from what ...
... develop film these days!
We continued on from the beach into Tofino, which is a little smaller than we thought it would be, but once again a nice little town. We tried to do a little cruising around and shopping, although most of the stores were full of surfer gear, so.....we didn't buy much. We ate dinner in town, and to be honest, we were a little disappointed. The food wasn't bad, but you shouldn't be charging upwards of $30 for a steak that ...