A tour up north
The ship got off on saturday evening at 9.30 pm and it was filled up with over 200 people!
Because of the lack of sleeping chairs, I've taken my sleeping bag and slept on the floor.
Most of the people have been "Natives", who wanted to get off at Bella-Bella next morning.
They are friendly people!
After we left Bella-Bella there has been only about 40 guys left on board.
A pair swiss ladies (they studied english in Vancouver for four months) and a canadian-german couple have been my trip-partners for the next days.
We had a lot of fun on the ferry and when we stopped at Klemtu (a Native Village on a isolated island), we've learned much about the indian culture of the west coast!
The passage until Bella Coola was calm, the ship rolled only a little bit in the nights, but finally we've arrived safely in the small village of Bella Coola.
Posted by Horst Erntl at June 24, 2003 11:19 PM GMT