Sonia's Heritage Howse

Address: 261 Marine Drive , Clarenville, Newfoundland and Labrador, A5A 1M9, Canada | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Clarenville

A Day in Trinity

A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Aug 19, 2015

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... clapping, boot-stomping Newfoundland music, ballads, and comedy.

Over 40 artists performed in both the pageant and dinner theater. Their musicianship was awesome and comedic acting was every bit as good as the original Saturday Night Live cast.

The comedian Tina Randall, dressed like Mama on the Carol Burnett Show, told of having a family of 12.5 children (one in the ...

Bruce and Newfoundland's Rugged Beauty

A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 16, 2015

8 photos

... fur. I bought locally crafted silver earrings and some jams made from partridge berries and bakeapple berries. Bakeapple, also called cloudberry, looks like a yellow raspberry. The name bakeapple is the anglicized French term "bai qu’ appele", meaning ‘what do you call this berry?’…hahaha. It is described as tasting like a honeyed apricot. I saw bakeapple berries growing low to the ground in the bogs as we travelled ...

Puffins, Root Cellars and a Boat Tour With History

A travel blog entry by thedanes on Aug 15, 2014

20 photos

... window as we left the dock. The waves were a bit rough on the return trip, and we bounced off our seats a few times. Even though our guide was very cautious, it's impossible to see every wave out there!

After the tour, we drove to nearby Trinity where we tried to get a camping spot for the night. Our timing wasn't good - all 12 spots were taken, as the town was having its annual festival and was abuzz with activity. Bruce had ...

She's Put Me In a Home!

A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Aug 07, 2014

2 comments, 19 photos

... it before the next plane trip. The RV park we were booked into had a keen little cabin tucked away in the corner at the back right on the Humber River.

We decided to give our chairs to a couple of kids who were heading down for a swim. We can’t take them on the plane. They come to this park all the time as they leave their caravan there. They came from Green Bay which was just near Flower’s Cove where they went to school. It was lucky ...

Cage Trip 8. Day 855.

A travel blog entry by bri74 on Sep 11, 2013

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So putting the tent in the gazebo didn't work out as well as planned. As it was a wooden floor we couldn't peg it down so around 3am the wind came howling into the hut and made the whole tent flap around like a loose toupee in a hurricane. My mattress kept deflating so I had cold stiff hips and I was busting for a ****. Why do I always need a **** when I get in my sleeping bag ? I never need one when sleeping in a normal bed. This kept us awake for hours so ...

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