Sinbad's Hotel and Suites
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We drove around the Bonavista Peninsula, very slowly, since there are so many little towns along the coast. Trinity was a very historic community, dating back to the 1500s. We took a walk along part of the Skerwink Trail in Trinity East so we could look across at Trinity ...
To the supermarket in Gander to collect some supplies and nibbles for the following few days, as we weren't sure what would be available at Tilting.
Glenda and Mel headed out to a cousin of his while we moved in on Dave and Karen. Apart from some serious catching up, we also had to plan for the upcoming ...
Up at 0500 hours for breakfast at the truck stop diner across from the Deer Lake Motel. Chilly out still; about 38 degrees. On the road by 0630 hours. It was overcast when we left but DRY. That lasted about 20 kms. Luckily, I had my rain jacket on, but not my rain pants! Another soggy, foggy day of riding.
We rode to Twillingate where we had boat reservations to go whale-watching at 1300 hours. It was so foggy and ...
... doesn't seem to be many campsites in that area! Wow, we went out for our after dinner walk and came across quite a plentiful wild blueberry patch! So we had to go back to the van and get a container and go pick blueberries until the mosquitoes found us! They'll be delicious in the morning! As a side note....Newfie's love their Bologna....served every which way you can ...
... and the bottom half having a slight cascade. They were quite nice. A company is even capitalizing on the views with a Zipline park above the bottom pools (not quite like ZipZone or Oyama but still good).
From here we quenched our thirst with an Ice Cap and a smoothie and carried on.
About 1:30 this afternoon we found a rather dilapidated motel with a large parking lot to stop ...