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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... of these on a couple of rocky islands, mostly just basking but with the odd few in the water frolicking. Much better photos here as the water was calm and the seals were very accommodating subjects!
We were homeward bound by this point but made a couple of stops on the way back to some places Chris knew were frequented by sea otters, which we were desperate to see as they are extremely adorable! Lo and behold, ...
... Good kitchen, good showers, actual proper carpets in hallways and the view from the dining room….exceptional. Worth every minute of listening to a phone ring through to answerphone.
We cooked up the leftovers of our bolognese from the other night and settled down to eat with a bottle of red from the liquor store conveniently across the road. Not much else got achieved that night as we were both really tired and fell asleep early. ...
... would think she had done it so they would take her to prison.......... Then we went to this coffee & doughnut cafe to have some lunch, we were stalked by tiny freaky birds.... And even the crows here seem more adventurous than the ones at home.
After that we returned home to find out that it was raining! This was the first sight of rain we had seen all week. We lazed about for a bit, and then (with a new football) Len, Kitty, Dad and I went ...
... and activities available, there are so many hikes available, then there is kayaking and even fishing would be quite an experience.
In summary as we come to the end of our week on Vancouver Island, we believe the Island’s preserved nature is a sanctuary in our busy world, a place where the spirit soars with the eagles. It will be very hard to leave.
PS: I did forget to tell you about the marshmallows we found at the Goat on the Roof! ...
... we talked and drank into the wee hours of the morning.
Waking to epic jet lag and a hangover, it was time to start getting things sorted for camp and burning man. I spent a good chunk of the day organising a phone plan to ensure I could stay in touch with my loved ones at home as I knew how hectic camp could be.
We set off East in the evening and eventually found our way through Maple Ridge, an hour out of Vancouver and to Burma Rd. The ...