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... discovered the home theatre, a 12-seater cinema with comfortable seats and a wide range of films where you can go to enjoy a film on the big screen. You can even take in drinks from the bar! And they have an old-fashioned popcorn maker outside that you can ask to be operated by the staff for some fresh popcorn!! The lovely surprises never stop! We put on Top Gun, just to see what it was like and figuring that we could always turn it off ...
... and white Lycra, one drunk shouted insults and the other. I wanted a close-up enough to brave the situation pretending to be iplugged in.
The shallow and calm gorgeous gorge beckoned on my last last and Alice and I took the kayaks out for a paddle. I even managed to stay out of the water despite my kayak pulling the left and the tide slowly rising. Blisters on my thumbs, it was a good work out. It was so peaceful out there in the middle and mesmerising looking ...
... disappointing. We did however find a whole pod of dolphins - about 150 of them!! Pacific white sided dolphins and they were magnificent. Very playful, jumping in the air and twisting and showing off. We stayed and watched them for about 30 mins. It was very cool.
Another thing we encountered on the way home were ocean rapids. They are absolutely incredible. It's when the tide changes and the currents can get up to 28km/h! ...
... water and chucks it over Dylan. He keeps going back for more.
Taya loves playing with the sand with a small spade and a rake. She also consumes much of her body weight in sand.
Back to the house for a shower to wash the sand off everyone before we leave for dinner. We eat at Dick's Fish n Chips outside at one of the harbours. It's super busy but we beat a lot of people to it. Really good food - cod, ...
... amp; one lone male (pictures attached).
We camped overnight at Elk Falls - which was as beautiful as before. In the morning, before setting off for the Pacific West Coast, we took a stroll along one of the trails - sadly missing out on a pretty large black bear, that everyone else seemed to come across (balls - just our luck!). We did see a large Bald Eagle swooping down the river though, so all was not lost!
Onto Tofino & Ucluelet!