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Travel Blogs from Witless Bay
A bit of a detour on the way to Mistaken Point. We could only get reservations for the Ferryland Lighthouse Picnic today so we headed off, via St John's, to Ferryland.
But first . . . a stop at the Colony of Avalon , visit to the interpretation centre and a tour of the grounds
Then a drive halfway up the hill and a ...
We have been fortunate in many ways in our time on 'the rock' but being given a cabin for a week of R+R has to be one of the highlights so far. It was down on the Southern Shore on it's own little hill over looking the harbour and out to sea. Very quiet, very serene and just what the doctor ordered. No phone, no internet, no TV, no worries. I hear you scream at the prospect of living for a week with no electronic goodies but believe me, it's amazing. We used to ...
... of all the small towns and villages in the
lower peninsula but leaving Cape St Mary's for Cindy's return. We
eventually ended back at Chance Cove for fishing (Brown Trout are
easy to catch in the ponds using worms as bait). Having lunch in Tor
Cove on the dock the next day, Bogie and I scored a couple of Lobster
for $10 – another delicious two dinners, cooked them both and ...
There's nothing quite like starting your day reading trash mags.
I can never bring myself to spend hard-earned money on supporting the invasive lenses of the paparazzi – but it factors into my sister’s weekly spend and so, when she’s around, I too become one of those people who enjoys bemusing the celebrity tattles. From cellulite close-ups and fashion faux pas, to relationship break-ups and the hot new couplings on the ...
... the area. Some of the employees travel over an hour to get there day after day during their shrimping operation. I tell ya, Newfoundland really is a province that is dependent on the sea. We hear it and see it over and over again. They are a hard working population that take pride in what they do and enjoy their time doing it. Everyone awaits the opening of the season - whatever it may be - cod, shrimp, salmon, etc. and get right into it until the job is done.