Snowflake Manor Bed & Breakfast
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... and the volunteer there suggested a scenic drive that included UNESCO World Heritage Site "Joggins Fossil Cliffs" and a promontory with lighthouse called "Cape d'Or". He said the drive was beautiful. It was not.
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... cap, a shallow of about 102 metres.
We have to abandon our dreams of
sunbathing as we are drifting north and the temperature is dropping
with strong winds on the open decks. Today is very foggy and you
cannot stop yourself wondering how the first men who cross this ocean
found the force to believe that they would reach another land in this
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around the ...
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Finally after a good walk my body is telling me it wants to rest and so I wander
on through the city and back to my hotel. As I approach the hotel I notice a
rather large suspension bridge across the river and am tempted to go and
explore but having now been up for over 20 hours I feel it was time to rest.
On entering the hotel I headed up onto the top floor to try and get a few
nice evening photos of the city but sadly there just was nowhere to be had ...
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