Auberge la Salicorne
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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Sorry I haven't been able to update the blog, we haven't had wifi for the past two days. Anyways, today we did the Skyline trail which is a 9.3 km walk out to the ocean with wooden steps and platforms in the mountains looking over the mountains and ocean. It was Beautiful! Then, we made our way over to the Whale Interpretation centre in Pleasant ...
... driving through Judique where he lived. The announcer talked about his involvement in his church...while we were driving by the church!
The place we are staying is beautiful, and Veronica, the B and B lady says there are lots of moose to be seen if we hike early enough in the ...
... to hear the dialect of Arcadian being spoken here and all of the
signs are now also in French. The weather is very changeable but the very high
temperatures of yesterday seem to have abated thank goodness. We made our way
to a 2.5 hour walk around the top of the Park called the skyline trek. The
views were breathtaking from the top, the sun had come out but there was a
pleasant breeze making the walk really enjoyable. Moose, black bears, bald
... he even offered him the less smelly ones which was
kind we thought! The journey went on and on for ever and the temperature
reached over 30 degrees. We stopped at Wolfville as suggested by Uncle Lin and
a girl we met on the boat yesterday- it’s a lovely University town with pick
your own farms dotted about and big greenhouses growing all sorts of fruit and
veg. We got out by the creek to stretch our legs and enjoy some ...
... 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 ...