Snowflake Manor Bed & Breakfast
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... trek to Halifax. It was a dreary and rainy day, as has been the trend for the past several days. We were more than ready for a change of scenery. The bus ride ended without incident, and we checked in our bags at the always welcoming WestJet kiosk. It is always a great start to a vacation to be met with smiling faces, as opposed to those working at that "other" airline who apparently are suffering from chronic unhappiness. With ...
... rivers are totally frozen
Lets just hope its not like this in Halifax.
As we fly onwards heading south along the Canadian coast I keep looking at
my watch and am expecting the aircraft to start its decent towards Halifax
airport. 6hr17minutes comes and goes and we are still high up here in the air
with no sign of decending. A few drinks and snacks are brought around by the
kind onboard staff and finally after about 7 or so hours did the aircraft ...
Today we are at sea...so to tell you a little more about the ship ...the three-leveled formal dining room is stunning. It is a huge area at the back of the ship and each of the levels is named after an explorer, Columbus, DaGama and Magellan. The meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner have been delightfully presented, cooked beautifully, hot and the service has been excellent. There is also The Windjammer Café (where we usually have ...
... was disconnected. We forged on to the nice sheltered cove and wound up dropping the anchor. It was a beautiful quiet spot. Tuesday we left at 7:00 AM and headed for Halifax. It was calm as started out but it picked up earlier than the day before so we had waves over the bow again before we entered Halifax Harbor. We found our way up the harbor to the Historic Waterfront which is beautiful and full ...
... Spending time in vast, relatively untamed places shows how little control man really has on the world. We spend so much time either trying to control others or allowing our selves to be ruled.
Better to have the least amount of government needed to preserve individual freedom and give the opportunity for adventure, failure and living. Unfortunately, far too many would rather be big in a tiny little world than small in a vast unconquerable ...