Travel Blogs from Digby, Canada

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A trip to Digby for Digby & The Haunted Maze, Digby, Canada travel blog

A trip to Digby for Digby & The Haunted Maze

A travel blog entry by dunbar2013

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... farming lands. Digby sits on the Bay of Fundy and it has incredibly fast tides and huge Scallops and lobsters. The village of Digby is very beautiful it's a really good example of a fishing village. What to do in Digby..... Eat seafood! So we went for ...

Hurricane, Cyclone, Tropical Storm???, Digby, Canada travel blog

Hurricane, Cyclone, Tropical Storm???

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty

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We took the 'scenic' route from Halifax to Digby.  There were pretty little towns and Acadia University which looks like a really nice but we were hoping for some more water views. We made it just in time for the Brazil - Columbia Match at World Cup ...

The heart of scallop country & more!, Digby, Canada travel blog

The heart of scallop country & more!

A travel blog entry by joandnorm

We backtrack a bit this morning to go back to visit Grand Pré which we didn't have time to stop at yesterday. This is a beautiful site, well maintained grounds, displays, a church, a poignant short movie which are a tribute to the Acadians who were ...

Digby - Scallops & Lobster!, Digby, Canada travel blog

Digby - Scallops & Lobster!

A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels

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... was Nova Scotia's capital in 1700's before it moved to Halifax. We visited Fort Anne designated a National Historic Site in 1917 it's Canada's oldest!  We admired the huge 18' x 8' Fort Anne's Heritage Tapestry, it depicts 4 centuries of history in 3 ...

I spy and Goodbye, Digby, Canada travel blog

I spy and Goodbye

A travel blog entry by sianashworth

... navigation skills have no progressed so far that I consider Google Maps rubbish and was using the big Eastern Canada map - get me! We headed straight down Digby Neck to Tiverton with the intention to go whale watching. We signed up for a zodiac trip and ...

Digby Scallops, Digby, Canada travel blog

Digby Scallops

A travel blog entry by travelmenu

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We made it to Digby last night and stayed at a B&B that's been in the family since 1929. We enjoyed the world famous Digby scallops for supper and strolled the wharfs for our evening walk. The next day brought plenty of sunshine for us so we toured up ...

Won't you take me to......CharlotteTOWWWWN, Digby, Canada travel blog

Won't you take me to......CharlotteTOWWWWN

A travel blog entry by jyouknit

... , but no one is touring around yet.  So we pretty much have had everything to OURSELVES here in the atlantic part of canada.  We tried and tried to get the two of us on that bench, but while Leanne is blessed with BEAUTY and ...

Whales!, Digby, Canada travel blog

Whales!

A travel blog entry by emstreeter

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I caught the ferry over to Digby, Nova Scotia. It took around 3 hours and for the first time in a long time I wasn't hungover. I amount of times I've spewed on a boat or ferry because of that is endless. The hostel was like Moncton - a beautiful town ...

Digby, Digby, Canada travel blog

Digby

A travel blog entry by cathyjanu

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We woke up to a beautiful, sunny day.  We took a ride over to the ferry dock to see the ferry and to see the loading process.  I can’t believe we are going to drive our RV onto this boat.  Yikes!  We were amazed to watch 3 RVs, ...

Whale watch attempt 2 - failed!, Digby, Canada travel blog

Whale watch attempt 2 - failed!

A travel blog entry by suzybee_11

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... back there after lunch for me to post an update to my travel blog. Walking back through the town, we saw many places to eat Digby scallops. However, I had read online that O'Neills was the best place to get them, by the harbour side. We went in and chose ...

Lazy Day, Digby, Canada travel blog

Lazy Day

A travel blog entry by suzybee_11

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We had a very quiet day today. We got up at 5:30 as usual in preparation for the sunrise. JB went to the beach to take photos and I stayed at the cabin, standing on the deck with my coffee and watching the sunrise. It was very overcast, and there ...

Kejimkujik National Park, Digby, Canada travel blog

Kejimkujik National Park

A travel blog entry by sueball

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About an hours drive from Digby is Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site. The park is inland and has a wide diversity of plants and trees including old growth hemlock, sugar maple and yellow aspen trees surrounding warm-water lakes. ...

Canada Day in Annapolis Royal & Digby, Digby, Canada travel blog

Canada Day in Annapolis Royal & Digby

A travel blog entry by fraser4

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... Park, and then continued on to Annapolis Royal, which boasts a spectacular view of the Bay of Fundy.  Because it was Canada Day, there were a few things going on in town.  We stopped at the Farmer's Market, walked down Main Street through a few ...

DIgby, Digby, Canada travel blog

DIgby

A travel blog entry by danny_christine

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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

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... 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

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... 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

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... 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 ...

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