Abba Inn Bed and Breakfast
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Who would have thought when I moved to Newfoundland in August that I’d be going to India in April?
My love for building began as a young child. Building blocks and mega Legos probably started it all. As I grew older, those past times were traded for tree house and snow fort building. I never thought these simple past ...
We were due into St Johns, Newfoundland today, however, there is a very large storm with gale force winds which is stopping us sailing through the small entrance to their harbour. Through the night the ship followed westerly tracks through the western North Atlantic. We felt some huge bangs during the night as the ship crashed into large waves up to 6 metres, one that sent a shiver of fear down my body as I lay in bed on the surface of sleep. I ...
... A Bay - is any indent in coastline sheltered from the wind & waves of the ocean. A cove or bight can also be called a bay.
This one is totally new to me
A Tickle - is a short narrow channel between islands or sometimes used to describe a narrow entrance to a harbour that is particularly tricky to navigate. A tickle may have submerged rocks shallow enough to "tickle" the keel of your boat.
The city centre of St. John's is nothing like I imagined. For a start there is no 'city centre' as such. St.John's is spread all over the place. The main street, 'water street' is probably a equivalent, or even slightly less than Adelaide's O'Connell Street. There's very few high rise buildings, probably three stories at the most. All the shops are tucked into old-style buildings. They're quite quaint really, all different colors and nothing new about them. ...
... between the two!). Once they were done we headed to Walmart (the best store ever!). It is pretty much equivalent to our Woolworths (times 5), combined with Big W, a pharmacy, Macdonalds, a salad/food bar and maybe even a touch of Rays Outdoors or the equivalent. They sell everything! Including hospital scrubs!? For cheap! Junk food was purchased and we headed home. It was decidedly glutenous so I opted for bed (lame I know, but I'd been bombed all day!).