Travel Blogs from Digby, Canada

Sort by Newest Best first

Digby, Digby, Canada travel blog


A travel blog entry by larry_shirley


... Digby, a few miles from the campground. Digby is a quiet harbor town that is basically the scallop capital of Canada.   Just north of Digby is the Point Prim lighthouse.  Most Canadian light houses are pretty much the same in construction, but ...

DIgby, Digby, Canada travel blog


A travel blog entry by danny_christine


We followed the coast around the south shore from Shelburne to Digby via Yarmouth. First stop was at Tim Hortons for a coffee and doughnut to get started. Followed the 101 for a while and then moved onto the coast road. This area was more open and ...

summer at home, Smith's Cove, Canada travel blog

summer at home

A travel blog entry by andrenateed


... do remains uncompleted, but I've lolled around on the deck, watched the sun rise and the sun set, meandered around the garden and the top field, and taken the occasional 'field trip' to places in Digby and Annapolis Counties. Lazy, hazy days of ...

Onward to Digby (and sim card woes), Digby, Canada travel blog

Onward to Digby (and sim card woes)

A travel blog entry by suzybee_11


... make plenty of money from foreign visitors if they accepted foreign credit cards, but that's their problem. We carried on to Digby, arriving at 4pm. Before travelling to the accommodation we had lunch at KFC (big mistake) and popped into Sobeys to get ...

Crossing The Bay of Fundy Day 1 of 2, Digby, Canada travel blog

Crossing The Bay of Fundy Day 1 of 2

A travel blog entry by jmarleau


... 1) into Yarmouth. This part of the ride reminded me of Rt 134 in NewBrunswick. I ran into some rain in Yarmouth. I pulled into a Petro Canada to set my GPS when I discovered that I forgot my USB charger at home. Crap. No way to text, No pictures, No ...

Nova Scotia, Digby, Canada travel blog

Nova Scotia

A travel blog entry by stepht01

... and the English about 7 times, and 13 battles took place there. It is one of the most contested pieces of land in Canada. The first Europeans to lay claim to Nova Scotia were the French. Then, England sent some Scottish settlers (hence the name, Nova ...

Sort by Newest Best first