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Geoff got up early (around 5.00am) and took the laptop into the wharf so he could use the free wifi, as you have noticed by the lack of updates to this blog. We have had some severe restrictions with the ships Wi-Fi. Hopefully when we arrive in New York in 2 days' time we should be able to keep it up to date from then on.
As for me I was showered and dressed by 8, we ...
... to new immigrants. I am sure it was chaotic & crowded when ships came in with hundreds to be processed at one time but at least it looked like organized chaos!!
Another museum on our list (yes another!!) was the Maritime Museum - as well as lots artifacts, models & history including an explanation of World War Convoys, they have a very moving exhibit of the Halifax Explosion. ...
... way between the equator and the north pole), even with the fog and a lot better than those who chose to do the Whale Watching tour who returned cold and wet having seen nothing but fog. Another delicious dinner on board ship, we played a bit of Blackjack –(I doubled my half of Graham’s money!!!!) and then to bed for a better night.
P S Lucy Maud Montgomery - author of "Anne of Green Gables" attended Halifax ...
Sadly, all good things must come to an end, including my Icelandic exploration but Reykjavik was bathed in sunshine when I woke up this morning and it was a perfect day to spend drinking in all the sights under a brilliant blue sky. After stowing my luggage at the hotel, I decided to walk downtown instead of using the city bus this morning. As I walked down the path next to the hotel, I stumbled upon an Elf Stone with an interpretive sign and an invitation to sit on the stone ...
... survivors were then taken to New York but all
the bodies that were found were brought to Halifax. The coroner was meticulous
and kept record of all the bodies and all the things that were found on the
body which were later used to identify people . All the bodies were given a
number and when they were buried the number was etched on the grave stone. We
went to see one of the graveyards this morning to see where ...