Auberge la Salicorne
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... the exchange rate is in our favor - $5.50 per $100).
We crossed over into Cape Breton around 6 pm - we don't know why our errands take so long - and stopped at the Information Center where a helpful woman told us about places we should be sure to see and even marked them our map. We are excited to get going!
Thursday night we boondocked at the Creignish Recreational Centre, just 10 miles up from the Information ...
... the way back to our place so all was good. Assuming the puffer and antibiotics will clear this up.
Cheticamp had a good feeling and personality as a town. It comes down to fishing and tourism and young people all tend to leave. We spoke with a fellow who was born and raised there who provided good information about the winds, food and jobs. Fun to learn from people's stories.
Late start to the day to drive for hours to next sleeping ...
... all. There were many signs and a ranger talking about a black bear in the area but we made no wildlife friends on our travels.
Caleb found a buddy to play soccer in the afternoon and Daddy napped - what was going on?
We made dinner at our place and from 8pm to 11pm, enjoyed fiddle music from the pub next ...
... Head which lead to some beautiful and windy lookouts over the water.
Then the fun began. Finding food that is not fish and chips or burgers tends to be difficult when driving the Cabot Trail. We ate at a place 'featured on the Food Network' - for their Ringer burger...why this burger was featured anywhere...who knows.
Anyhow, I took over the driving detail and even with some 2015 Chrysler 200M with a huge screen showing you what you ...
... Shipwrecks are scattered everywhere around the islands. Dad says the diving would be amazing, although cold and potentially treacherous!
Mum and Dad chose to spend most of the trip out on deck, and I couldn`t have been happier. I napped and got to know my fellow passengers whilst tottering around between three dogs that all needed my attention and love.
The Iles de la Madeleine are an archipelago in the Gulf of St ...