Denys Mountain Bed and Breakfast
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... storm, and soon afterwards got ready for bed. It was a bad night. The winds remained high all night, and the almost non-stop flapping and bending of our tent kept Griff and I awake. We were glad to get up when morning came, with an intact tent but some fatigue. Camping is not easy!
We tackled the western part of the Cabot Trail, with stops at some short hiking trails, a whale interpretation museum, then a hike on ...
... and could be dangerous. But the dogs were so friendly. They couldn't have been friendlier. India was an amazing and life changing place. My parents made a good choice for our family trip. I thank them for the chance to see the real life of the street people. I had no idea their life was so difficult. I am glad to be home though, even though I loved India. I would definitely return without ...
We then returned to the coach in time to drive to the Miner’s Museum for dinner and entertainment. The Collards had made reservations at the restaurant that is part of the Miner’s Museum and invited us to have dinner with them. We had reservations for 5:30, but arrived a few minutes ahead and had time to check out a couple of exhibits that showed what a company store and company provided housing at the coal mines looked ...
Following a good chat to Carmen, our hostel host last night about what lay ahead today we sprung out of bed and dressed for what was sure to be a long but amazing day. Unfortunately as we left our room and looked outside our worst fears were realised. It was bucketing with rain through very low fog. We felt very dispondant as it was another coastline siteseeing day that would be affected by weather. Such a shame and very poor timing. As were running on a tight schedule on ...
... we drove....along long boring highways. The car karaoke was starting to lose its appeal and unfortunately the scenery was not as picturesque as we had experienced on previous long drives. One thing that did bring us some amusement was passing through the town of Glendale whose welcome sign informed us that it was famous for holding the first fiddlers festival. Yep....serious. We made a brief stop after approximately 3 hrs of driving and 272km under our belt, at the small ...