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We arrived at Vancouver Intl. airport on the evening of 7th Sept. Immigration was quick and then boarded the shuttle to holiday Inn richmond.Next morning we took a taxi to Tawassen for crossing over to Nanaimo. Budget car rental picked us up at the terminal and we proceeded to their office to pick up the car. We decided to take the faster route as we had to buy some stuff at future shop and then have lunch at campbell river. The drive to telegraph cove was nice.Got to see some of the color change in the trees.

We had booked Home away from Home cottages near port Mcneil. This is a lovely ocean facing cottage with all necessities provided.We came to telegraph cove for the marine wild life.

We went whale watching with Mackay whale watching.Fantastic tour with Orcas ,humpbacks and dolphins.

Next day we went with Sea Smoke Charters. They picked us up at Alder Bay campground. It s a sail boat with a capacity of 12 day. Another fantastic day out in the waters.In the afternoon went out to telegraph cove to see the Whale museum. Both the days we had clear skies and enjoyed this remote area.

Our last day was for traveling to comox to catch our flight to Calgary. We took the ocean route and stopped at campbell river for an excellent lunch at Sundance Java.

Our main purpose to travel were to see the orcas and we came back with some wonderful memories of the place and people

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