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A travel blog entry by myjob

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Time to Git Stupid Drunk Bys Newfie Weddin', St. John's, Canada travel blog

Time to Git Stupid Drunk Bys Newfie Weddin'

A travel blog entry by nikolassarah

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We flew 36 hours from Sydney to St. John's, Newfoundland via Vancouver and Toronto. It was straaaaaaaaange to be back in Canada and on our way home.  We were now adjusting back to our own culture and our own ways of life and that was surprisingly a ...

Cape Spear and Signal Hill, St. John's, Canada travel blog

Cape Spear and Signal Hill

A travel blog entry by marty_sk

... sunny day and keeping to the adage of making hay while the sun shines, I head up to signal hill at the mouth of the St. John's bay. Ladies lookout is the highest point on the hill and affords great views both over the city and out to sea. The later is ...

St. John's and The George Street Festival, St. John's, Canada travel blog

St. John's and The George Street Festival

A travel blog entry by marty_sk

A 350km ride takes me to St Johns and I arrive mid afternoon. The hostel recommended by the Lonely Planet has shut down but the guy living there offers me a room to stay. I respectfully decline as it's a dive and after a few days camping I'm eager to get ...

Friends and Icebergs, St. John's, Canada travel blog

Friends and Icebergs

A travel blog entry by sanmutsch

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... 've had in a LONG time (and I think Larry helped!)  After seeing Larry off for work, Dennis took the motorhome into St. John's for an oil change, while the kids continued playing their games and getting to know one another.  Anna and Simone were ...

St. John's, NL, St. John's, Canada travel blog

St. John's, NL

A travel blog entry by ybslob

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Oy Ref, St John's, Canada travel blog

Oy Ref

A travel blog entry by seal

... not only around me but also about myself as well, this might sound like a crummy hippie sort of junk but since I came up to Canada by myself I have learnt lots of new things, hell I have even tried speaking Newfie, I have learnt to shovell snow like a ...

Hurricane #2, St. John's, Canada travel blog

Hurricane #2

A travel blog entry by jennandpaul

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... ;After spending about 20 minutes on flooded roads, we decided to turn around.  Lucky we did, as Hwy 1 was closed East of St. John's.  Our B&B still had an open room (hooray), so we headed back there.  Most of the afternoon was spent in ...

The Crows Nest and Newfoundland Railway Museum, St John's, Canada travel blog

The Crows Nest and Newfoundland Railway Museum

A travel blog entry by seal

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... of "Cal's BIG ADVENTURE". This week, we will go and visit the world famous "Crows Nest - Officers pub", pay a visit to the St John's Railway Museum, and walk out to the Queens Battery and stand on top of Cabot Tower. First things first, with this ...

Screech IN, St John's, Canada travel blog

Screech IN

A travel blog entry by seal

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Well folks, I have finally got digital copies of the photos that were taken at my Screech In by my Girlfriend Clarice. Thanks to her, you get to see how great my back looks. So please enjoy the antics, from kissing a Cod, to being paddled, and ...

St. John's again, St. John's, Canada travel blog

St. John's again

A travel blog entry by lroff

... off to sleep I heard the folks come in. They have some kind of Slavic accents and seem to holler a lot. F - June 23 - - St John's, Mine host and hostess are a very dour young couple and their kids are about the same (pre-teenagers). Definitely not ...

Along came Nevil. Day 858., Cape Spear, Canada travel blog

Along came Nevil. Day 858.

A travel blog entry by bri74

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... ; So Nevil was coming to Cape Spear to end his round the world motorcycle trip with his friend James (who had accompanied him on the Canada leg) and I wasn't going to miss seeing him in. I put a message out on the local biker forum 'Ride The Rock' and got ...

End of the road, St. John's, Canada travel blog

End of the road

A travel blog entry by jennandpaul

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Today we officially finished our journey East.  We went to Cape Spear, the easternmost point in Canada.  The winds were brisk and the waves were big.  We toured the old lighthouse on the site. In the afternoon we went to the Rooms - the ...

St John's, hold down your hats, the KIWI is Here, St Johns, Canada travel blog

St John's, hold down your hats, the KIWI is Here

A travel blog entry by seal

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... of my life drink  the night before a long haul flight  I have finally reached my final destination so far, St John's, Newfoundland. And it is just a magical arrival with the first dumping of snow for Winter happening when I step off ...

St John's at her Finest, St John's, Canada travel blog

St John's at her Finest

A travel blog entry by seal

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Welcome all to an exciting episode of "Cal's World". Now wee bit of news recently, I have applied for work in Tasmania and am waiting to hear back from them, so hopefully something will come out of this application. Now the weather has started ...

West of St. John's, West of St. John's, Canada travel blog

West of St. John's

A travel blog entry by lroff

... little bays and villages. Looking a bit more substantial than in other places but possibly this is due to being closer to St. John's. Still a lot of little houses clinging to a lot of little rocks. Passed through such places as: Manuels (fossils there ...

North of St. John's Nfld, North of St. John's, Canada travel blog

North of St. John's Nfld

A travel blog entry by lroff

... little village called Bauline. Was a whaling village and apparently the rocks and bay are supposed to look like the mouth and baleen (straining thing) of a huge whale. No one could see this including the tour guides. Then we headed back to St. ...

Where the devil lost his poncho, Fort St. John, Canada travel blog

Where the devil lost his poncho

A travel blog entry by denisita

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Just a few miles north of Fort St. John we arrived at Charlie Lake, where we finally met Victor's second cousin Rick and his lovely family - Linda, warm and intelligent, and their beautiful daughters Gillian and Meagan. This, then, is the purpose of our ...

An night on George Street, St. John's, Canada travel blog

An night on George Street

A travel blog entry by jennandpaul

Finished up our drive to St John's.  Enjoyed a late lunch of Fish n' Chips at the Duke of Duckworth, a pub right by our B&B.  Then wandered around the old town.  After an amazing dinner at Bianca's, we headed to Georgetown where we ...

Ft St John, Whitecourt, Springbank, Calgary, Banff, Fort St. John, Canada travel blog

Ft St John, Whitecourt, Springbank, Calgary, Banff

A travel blog entry by fitzpatl

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... and set our sights on Springbank, a busy GA airport 20 miles west of Calgary International. We refueled at the oldest flying club in Canada. We had planned to rent a car at the FBO but they were out of cars and not interested in helping at closing time ...

St. John's, Nfld, St. John's, Canada travel blog

St. John's, Nfld

A travel blog entry by lroff

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... Tours. We did a drive around town for about a couple of hours and I sort of got my bearings. Very interesting place is St. John's. Raleigh planted the flag for England in about 1558 and then hustled off south. Then the Brits had to build forts ...

Mothers Day, St John's, Canada travel blog

Mothers Day

A travel blog entry by seal

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... really appreciate all that my mum has done for me, from competitions to school lunches. On a completely different note, my stay in St John's is still going, for how long I am unsure, I would like to be here for my girlfriends capping at university, ...

Walking tour of St John's, St. John's, Canada travel blog

Walking tour of St John's

A travel blog entry by jennandpaul

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We covered a lot of ground today.  From our B&B, up to Signal Hill, then around to Quidi Vidi, and back dowtown to find some eats.  Signal hill was great.  We learned some Canadian History and had fantastic views of the city and ...

Stuck in St. John's, St. John's, Canada travel blog

Stuck in St. John's

A travel blog entry by jennandpaul

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... place.  We are realizing just how lucky we were to have power all night.  Today it was actually quite nice in St. John's, albeit quite windy.  We are still following the news closely to see if/when the highway will re-open.  Until it ...

Last week of work for Cory, Fort St. John, Canada travel blog

Last week of work for Cory

A travel blog entry by coryandpierre

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... Quebec before we depart. Over the past couple of years, I have summered in Prince George and wintered slightly further north in Fort St. John, working to save up money for this trip. And to gain some work experience in the biology field, of ...

PRESSING TO FT SAINT JOHN, Fort St. John, Canada travel blog

PRESSING TO FT SAINT JOHN

A travel blog entry by javagold

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... the night.  Instead we ate supper in Ft Nelson and continued rolling through the night (literally) and landed in Ft St. John around midnight Wednesday night.  Frankly, riding at night on these roads boarders of stupidity.  The construction ...

HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY, St John's, Canada travel blog

HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY

A travel blog entry by seal

Well Clarice and myself went to a friends party last night, and out to dinner to a place called Montana's. Now I don't know how well you know birthday celebrations at restaurants, but the staff really pulled out the stops on this one with Jenny having ...

Oh Canada!, Fort St. John, Canada travel blog

Oh Canada!

A travel blog entry by eshortworldwide

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July 14 Today we are spending an unseasonably hot Canadian afternoon in the visitor center in Fort St. John, British Columbia. It seems we have been dragging record-breaking 100 degree weather with us everywhere we go. The normal high up here is in the ...

The most easterly point in North America, St. John's, Canada travel blog

The most easterly point in North America

A travel blog entry by badefamily

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... and we look down on a busy street. Our shore excursion took us through the city then out to 'Signal hill' and Cabot Tower. John Cabot founded the town - his name was actually Giovanni Caboto, an Italian, but they Anglicised his name. This has a good view ...

last Wal-Mart before Whitehorse, Fort St. John, Canada travel blog

last Wal-Mart before Whitehorse

A travel blog entry by chiefsteve

here is a handy map for Canada walmart locations quick and dirty. http://www.allstays.com/c/walmart-canada-locations-map.htm ...

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