Saturday, 15 August 2015

Pacific Rim NP - Schooner Cove - Long Beach - Tofino - Chesterman Beach

Friday and Saturday 24th and 25th we stayed on in Tofino and explored the Pacific Rim NP and the beaches in and around Tofino.

We started with the rainforest, there are a few hiking trails that lead through the woods on planks. At first we walked the 1 kilometer to Schooner Cove. Lots of trees growing on top of each other and covered with moss, in all shades of green.


Then we came to Schooner Cove which I really liked because it was quite deserted when we got there. There was even a little bit of fog which made for a great mood.



In the evening we met friends from Switzerland who happened to stay in Tofino at the same time. Sometimes the world is such a small place. We had a lot of fun taking silly photos on the beach and we enjoyed a beautiful sunset together.




On Saturday we went to Tofino again. There were so many cute little details to see, like these sharks on the zebra crossing.


We spent the afternoon on Long Beach where I continued with my Bradway Shawl and Yannick and Antonia tried their luck at body surfing. They were among the only ones who went into the water without a wet suit and it was not really a very hot day either...


In the evening we went back to "our" beach, the Chesterman Beach right next to our B&B. We had coffee and hot chocolate, tried to let fly our new kite and saw another sunset. It makes me all nostalgic to see these photos and I wished I could go back right now ;-)



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    1. Definitely one of my favourite spots ever!

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  2. This forest looks absolutely magical!

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    1. Yes, kind of like there should be elves everywhere...

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  3. gorgeous views and waters and sun and sand! Looks like you are having the best time ever there!!

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    1. It was amazing. Unfortunately we are back now and school already started again. But I am still catching up on photos and blog entries so at least I can relive it ...

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