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... didn't order from them due to some recent bad reviews on trip advisor. But we're glad we took a chance. We actually couldn't finish all our food so we put the rest in the fridge for tomorrow. Hubby went out to wander again after dinner but I felt like staying in to do some stretching after a good day of walking. Tomorrow we have a tour in the afternoon with Legend day tours. As before you can check out my reviews on all these places on Yelp & trip advisor under Hazel ...
... pit stop we encountered an RCMP vehicle blocking off the highway. Apparently there is an accident. Just a short, slow 40 kilometre detour through clouds and rain and we are back on track, only a 45 minute detour :( Stopping at the visitor centre we thought we'd be able to find a place to camp for the night, but unfortunately everywhere they called for us had no vacancies. So we had to hit the road and head for one of the campgrounds we couldn't reach by phone. What ...
Also are pictures of Murals of downtown St. Johns, which have fallen into disrepair. This afternoon we had our afternoon tea and coffee and yes, there is a Starbucks in St. John's!
Alan has been doing his best to support the fishing industry by eating only fish since he's gotten here!
Tomorrow is a quick shopping & relaxing day before we catch a late-night flight to Dublin
... to go further if we wanted.
Up the skree field I went. The next hour was spend covering 2 or 3 km, carefully picking my way across the boulder/rock field and gaining several hundred meters of elevation. This resulted in reaching a snow patch and some incredible views. Going to need to get the photos off the real camera for this.
Going back down was definitely more treacherous than going up. Gravity and fatigue working against the need ...
... we are, why isn't the guys night called a Rooster Party instead of a Buck's evening! Any ideas?
Anyway, despite the odd name, we all had a great night. Most of the younger women from the ecclesia attended (there were 12 in all) and we sat around chatting, eating ice-cream topped with all sorts of goodies, playing games, sipping punch and doing face masks. I tell you those things are scary. Whoever liked the feeling of mud on ones face? Needless to say, it was ...