Comfort Inn Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Ashley Bent - Carpenter and Mason extraordinaire!
Happy Canadian Thanksgiving! As a Brit this is my first Thanksgiving break ever, which is exciting, and it has proved to be a lot of fun. I've now racked my Thanksgiving dinner invites up to four (people here are so kind!) and I intend to go to every single one.
Yesterday was dinner at my friend Emma's house with her family. They were unbelievably kind to us, and I had the most amazing afternoon. We began with dinner at 2ish at their house, which was ...
... legged Kittiwakes and Storm-petrels were all out by the thousands for the show! The Puffins were so entertaining, flying, swimming on top of the water and then diving straight down by the boat, then they would come up with little caplins in their bright orange beaks and head for their burrows to share with their babies! We weren't lucky enough to see whales but we were very excited to see so many different birds! We also saw ...
... two blocks of bars, pubs and restaurants and a fun spot to go to for music, drinks, food and of course, to get screeched in. The "Screeching In" ceremony involves kissing a cod, eating a piece of Newfie steak (boloney/bologna) and drinking a shot of Newfie Screech (another name for Jamaican Rum). Everyone told us that Keith at Christian's Bar does the best Screeching In ceremony in St. John's, so we ...
... to the top of each wave, the right sinking into the trough, and then the left side crested before plunging drastically down into the trough, right side jettisoning for the clouds. I’m sure I was quite a sight, huddled on the floor on the right-hand side of the boat, ghost-white, clutching at the wooden seat to steady myself against the stomach turning heaving and hoeing of the boat.
My sister was oblivious to the danger at hand and Erik ...