Abba Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... on top of his cereal bowl. His wife, who seemed a bit embarrassed by all this asked "What are you doing that for" to which he replied that "people are coughing all over this place and I don't want to catch anything". I wasthisclose to replying "After so carefully selecting his prunes he must protect them!"...but I didn't. He then disappeared again. We had almost finished our breakfast when he returned with a little box of medication ...
After eating breakfast out in Clarenville, we drove about 80 miles to the historic town of Brigus and stayed at a campground where we cleaned up and did a bit of laundry. The next morning we drove through the town itself. Brigus is a small fishing community and home to Bob Bartlett, the explorer who accompanied Peary on his voyages to the Arctic. We drove a few short miles to another quaint town, Cupids, the first English colony in ...
Can't believe I got sunburnt yesterday. I spent so much time looking for thermals and extra strong insect repellent that I forgot to buy sunscreen. The temperature got to 29 degrees but it didn’t seem that hot, as there was a coastal breeze all the time. The locals are basking in all the warm weather. It also makes seeing an iceberg so bizarre. On the radio today they were very excited as St John’s had broken the record of the number of continuous ...
... the 1970's with a more modern, automatic lighthouse. As we were walking along the paths, we noticed a white speck out on the horizon and with binoculars we could see that it was an iceberg!!
We got back to our hotel in time to have a late dinner and get ourselves packed to move on to our next stop tomorrow. As we make the drive to a village called St. Bride's we will be looking for caribou, moose, wildflowers and more puffins. Sounds like another exciting ...
... this size. The hall is basically a largeish house in which they've opened up a big room on the bottom story. I was so impressed with their enthusiasm in singing during the hymns! It's amazing how much of a difference their accents makes to their pronunciation while singing too! Julia Hynes (the Canadian bridesmaid) had just flown in Sunday 1am from Australia after attending her brothers wedding in QLD. We were ...