InnChanter Bed & Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInnChanter Bed & Breakfast Tofino
Certainly a once in a lifetime experience onboard this floating B&B. The food Sean cooked us was amazing and it was great to visit the hot springs after everyone else had left.
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... us up the south side of Cox bay beach to the top of the hill. A small hobbit like trail leads steeply up to the peak of the hill which over looks Cox bay and then over towards Radar Hill etc...amazing.
If you are in Tofino check out TocoFino and Wildside grill (both very simple eateries).
Also did a drive out to Kennedy lake to the old "rainbow" bridge and did some jumping into the massive warm lake.
... 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 ...
Today was yet another amazing day! This morning Mum found out that last night i had spilt hot chocolate on the carpet and that i had made a shelf fall down. How was i supposed to know it was so unstable?! Anyway, soon we went for brunch at a place called Vincent's. Dylan, Mum and I had massive waffles with whipped cream and strawberries, Kitty had a bagel with Nutella ...
... 27 September
Overcast in the morning and some rain forecast. Went 'downtown' in the morning for a short walk, it's not a big place. Looked at some shops, bought two kids books; First Nations' stories.
Had a great coffee at Common Loaf Bakery.
Went out on the zodiac again, bear watching. It was very calm heading up the inlet and our guide quickly found a bear fossicking for food on a rocky beach on ...
... and he turned the boat 360degs on a dime. We literally didn't move off the spot! We thought that was impressive until we got out into open water and we sped away swerving to avoid the driftwood.
Our first spot was over a large snag 30ft deep. We fished two rods with Eulichan (small baitfish that migrate to the river in spring). One rod we fished with eels which were more like worms and the other rod we fished with the traditional ...