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    accommodation
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  • in the theories of Jean Piaget: the modification of internal representations in order to accommodate a changing knowledge of reality
  • The available space for occupants in a building, vehicle, or vessel
  • a settlement of differences; "they reached an accommodation with Japan"
  • A room, group of rooms, or building in which someone may live or stay
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    tofino
  • Tofino, located within the Ancestral territory of the Tla'o'qui'aht Nation, is a village of about 1,650 residents on the west coast of Vancouver Island, in British Columbia, Canada, located at the western terminus of Highway 4, on the tip of the Esowista Peninsula, at the southern edge of
accommodation tofino - Sorel Women's
Sorel Women's Tofino Canvas NL1779 Boot,Black/Oyster Gray,9 M US
Sorel Women's Tofino Canvas NL1779 Boot,Black/Oyster Gray,9 M US
Glamorous enough for party hopping on New Year's Eve, tough enough for a snowshoe trek through the powder filled glades of Snowmass, the Sorel Women's Tofino Snow Boot is definitely this season's hottest footwear. Featuring a durable, waterproof shell and lined with Sherpa, these protective boots keep feet warm and dry even on the most blustery of winter days. The waxed canvas upper has a beautiful quilted design and the faux fur collar adds a splash of fashionable flair that puts the Tofinos in a league of their own.Designed for sneaker-like comfort, these calf-high lace-ups boast an incredible fit meant to see you though the day and into the night. The tried-and-true outsole provides superior traction whether you're scrambling up a snowy embankment or scrambling for the last table at Ladies' Night. Pair with a party dress or your outdoor gear, the Sorel Tofino Snow Boots for women look hot no matter what the occasion.

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Camping on Vargas Island
Camping on Vargas Island
My family decided that this year we wanted to stay for a few nights on Vargas Island, and rather than put it off, as we do so many camping trips, we managed to pack-up and find a boat ride to our destination beach for a wonderful camping trip.The first thing that is important to remember if you are thinking about this adventure is to either: 1. Get to Tofino early (leaving Nanaimo at 7 AM or earlier) so that you have plenty of time for the boat ride out thereor2. Find some accommodations in Tofino for the first night well in advance so that you are not stuck in the village with no where to stay (accommodations are famously booked in the summer months in TofinoThe second thing that I recommend for this trip is to line up a boat ride in advance (if you are not bringing your own marine transportation (I imagine kayaking would take at least 4 hours, but I'm not sure).Next, I recommend doing a bit of planning about where you'd like to camp on Vargas Island. There are a ton of long sandy beaches on the island that you can see on Google Maps (satellite view). Apparently some of these beaches are private, so it may be best to stick to the provincial park area of the island (you can find a good map of the provincial park as well as other helpful information on BC Parks website).Once you known where to go and have your marine transportation figured out, you're ready to go!We decided to camp in the corner of Ahous Bay, which is one of the bigger, more protected sandy beaches on the island. We had a fantastic time, with exceptional weather. The biggest highlight for my kids was beachcombing (there are a ton of sand dollars, as well as many washed-up buoys and other flotsam).We went despite the wolf warnings. According to the park officials, this was not a good idea, but we didn't know it at the time. Apparently there have been quite a few "close calls" with wolves and campers, and the prevailing thought is that the wolves are too habituated to humans and may be dangerous. After knowing this information, next time I'll definitely check around to see if there are wolf warnings before I go.The ocean is not warm enough for a long swim, but you can certainly jump in and exhilarate in the feeling (our kids sure did).Oh - and don't forget that it's important to arrange specific transportation for the way back. We are lucky in that we have our own boat (a small inflatable Zodiac), but I imagine folks have been stuck out there without a ride home now and again!All in all, I would say that this is one of the easiest remote beach camping experiences that you can have in BC - you're close to Tofino (very civilized) yet feel completely isolated from the world on your own sandy beach heaven. Quite a trip.
Cox Bay Beach Resort in Tofino
Cox Bay Beach Resort in Tofino
Looking for a place to stay in Tofino? I recently stayed at Cox Bay Beach Resort and had an awesome time. Four things in particular made my experience ultra-enjoyable: Hot tub near the beach: Even in the pouring March rain, the resort's hot tub rocked. It’s right near the beach, so I soaked in the view while soaking in the tub. Beds: Soft mattresses, comfy pillows and super fluffy duvets. I’m not normally one to notice these things, but it was pretty cozy. DIY Spa: To create my own personal spa sanctuary, I poured the sac of complimentary bath crystals into the gigantic soaker tub and set the heated tiles to high... the resort’s big white robe and candles took my budget-savvy relaxation night to a whole ‘nutha level. Location: You can’t get much better than this. Set on Cox Bay, the resort is close to good surfing, an incredible beach/sunset viewing point (the trail is just a 10-minute walk through the woods), birdwatching and lots of sandy beach. Next time, I’ll bring my bike, as I realized that Cox Bay is the southernmost point of the Tofino MUP (Multi-Use Path), making it easy to bike into town.

accommodation tofino
accommodation tofino
Sorel Tofino 1839 - Winter Boot (Little Kid/Big Kid),Black/Curry,3 M US Little Kid
Runway-worthy and weather-ready, the new Youth Tofino Snow Boots from Sorel combine rugged protection with a touch of girly glam. Because emulation is the sincerest form of flattery, we borrowed a few style cues from the Joan of Arc and constructed it on a Tivoli waterproof shell for a nimble, sneaker-like fit. A lightweight quilted upper is made of waterproof waxed canvas with a durable leather shell and topped with a fab faux fur collar. Inside, a Sherpa Pile lining keeps her looking chill and feeling anything but. As for traction, weve got that covered with a molded rubber outsole that lets her strut with confidence across the playground or on the trail.