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... where the captain said there were Minke and Humpback whales sighted earlier in the day. The captain positioned the boat and soon we saw two Humpbacks not far from the boat. After a while, we headed to Cape Spear off in the distance. When we arrived there a adult female and child Humpback entertained us for about 20 minutes. They came to within 5 meters of the boat and raised their heads and looked at us in curiosity. The captain told ...
... been booking accommodations the night before (it is the off-season after all, no real advanced planning needed) except for the night of Wednesday, October 2nd; unsure of the roads, the sights, the distances we decide to see where we would would end up. Which is how we ended up exactly where we were meant to, with Gloria and Norman in their beautiful B&B that was technically closed. I know that if we had called ahead, we would ...
... we didn't think our bikes would make it. The shot I got earlier would have to do. This is where we left Alan. He was off to get a bottle of wine and get some R&R at the cabin for the night.
Ian and I then carried on North and back into St John's. We rode right up to Fort Amhurst to get another lighthouse photo. It's a great place here. It's on the other side of Signal Hill and you get a great view of the harbour. You can see what a great defence position it ...
As expected, last night was a very long wait at the Emergency room. Five and a half hours to be precise. Hannah and I got back to the campsite at 2am, but I'm not complaining. It was worth it to be able to see a doctor and she wasn't an emergency so I understand the long wait. Besides, our cab driver was a hoot! Hannah couldn't understand a word he said so I chatted with him all the way back. We talked about Puffins, Newfoundland ...
... shore. Robert Burcher, a friend from the Collingwood Toastmaster Club, has done a vast amount of research into this inscription and his research is leading to the conclusion that Newfoundland may have been discovered much earlier than most records indicate. It took us a while to find the inscription - we returned to the car and talked to some locals, then went back and found it when we climbed down a ...