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... and hoof it up a gentle slope to a Subway Restaurant for lunch. We arrived back at Pier 6 and boarded the Cetacean Quest. We expected some rough weather so we both forearmed ourselves with tablets. We couldn't believe how fortunate we were with the weather. The skies were clear with wispy clouds and no fog on the horizon. Pulling out through St John's historic natural harbour between high cliffs was a thrill. The captain pointed out ...
... 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 ...
... secret stash ? I took a photo of it with my bike in view just in case this is the closest I could get. Just another one for the 'Ride the Rock' Lighthouse trophy contest.
From there we went down to Ian's Cabin. We stopped in for a drink of water and we ended up crashed out on the couch looking out to sea. Not a word or noise was made for about 5 minutes. Just serene silence with a picture perfect view. This place has such a calming effect on the soul.
... there were townfolk running their remote control cars all over the road right in front of us. There also was nowhere obvious to park. Anyhow, the whole reason for going to Hawthorne Cottage was because I knew as recent as 2 years ago, they had a floaty pen. But, sadly, they were selling off their souvenir stock, they were no longer going to have any and there was very little left for purchase, least of all floaty pens. There were no pens at Signal Hill ...
... they train them at the same place as Border Services personnel.
As we jetted towards "The Rock" and as I tired of playing Mahjong and listening to music to drown out the yapping dog on the flight (who let's dogs be boxed and stuffed under a seat?), I flipped through the Enroute magazine. Now, most times I have pretty simple tastes and think good things should usually be left alone but one ad in the magazine left me shaking my head. The offending beverage maker was ...