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... us out in his littlle boat, and made it to funky Fogo Island for a day where artists are invited to do residencies. Although seeing an iceberg in August does bring the whole global warming concern to the forefront, I have to admit that, eventhough it was not as large as those that can be seen in June and early July, it was indeed a spectacular sight to see up ...
... they are just cute ..renovators nightmare of course.
Back at camp I took a hike upto Brimstine Headland. It takes about 20 minutes to get up there but the wind was so strong it nearly blew me off. This is supposed to be one of the 4 corners of the Flat Earth. They also had a sign saying we were over 17,000km from Sydney That was the furtherest of any of the places on the list London was even closer that Vancouver, so I really am a long way from home.
... territory - and this year has been a great year for icebergs. Earlier in June, we were told that over a hundred icebergs floated down near the coast and that over 40 could be viewed at the same time. Now in late July that number has dwindled to a handful but they are still quite close and visible. My words cannot do them justice - the pictures tell a much better tale. What they cannot really get across are the majestic size of these beauties.
... shot by a sniper or something as I was wandering around on their property.
We carried on driving around to the other side of the bay. We found a little recreation park on the waters edge and decided to camp there. The sun was now setting and creating some amazing light. I was going a bit crazy with the photos as it was one of the best sunsets I have ever seen. Probably in my top 2 competing with Perth Australia overlooking the Indian Ocean.
There are many small towns on the northern coast of Newfoundland, but as all are around 80miles or more from the main highway, we decided we could only visit one. We chose Twillingate as I (Jenny) had read good reviews online and there seemed to be a little bit more for tourists (ie restaurants, accommodation etc) than some of the other towns.
The journey to Twillingate is around 250 miles from Rocky Harbour on both A & B roads. The ...
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