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Travel Blogs from Cape Breton Island
... trees (due to the poor coastal soil), fishing villages along the way. She said there is fertile land in the centre of the island and this is where their agriculture is. Went through the township of Louisbourg and then out to the ‘Fortress’ on a point of land – centuries ago it covered 57 acres and was a ...
The next few days of the tour just continued to offer delights and beautiful views around every corner. After leaving Halifax we drove further up Nova Scotia's coastline, to Jeddore Oyster Pond. Here was a charming little fisherman's cottage, which has become a museum, with the house preserved as it would have been in the 19th century. It was tiny, with whitewashed boards and the view from every window a stunning one of the river, pond or forests. Wildflowers fought for space with ...
... so hungry! But it was so well worth it. If anyone were to ask, we would highly recommend going for the full day, for sure.
Funny story…a friend of mine, who I met a few years ago and now mostly communicate with through Facebook, noticed our blog and sent a message that she was in Cape Breton, too. Turns out she was literally just down the road!! It was a bit disappointing, as we had packed our days so full, we ...
... until about 1.5 hours out of port - then nothing." Oh well . . . not gonna stress about it!
We arrived in Newfoundland and although we had been napping, everyone was pretty tired. Because I had been sick since we arrived, Pierre had been doing all the driving and was pretty tired. We stopped at an Irving Station to gas up and there was a restaurant attached. After a nice quick dinner (including fries and gravy) we were on the road again. The weather ...
... with people as there was a regatta in town that week and lots and lots of visitors. However it wasn’t what we were looking for so we scooted out of town as quickly as we could and headed back to the campground.
Now to go back to our Christmas Island blog for a moment...
The Ceilidh (Kay-lee), which is Gaelic for ‘a gathering of people’ - basically fiddled, played piano and step-danced all through the night. This is not ...
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