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Well, after 3.5 weeks of travelling, Brittany and I made it home late last night after about 26 hours of travelling. Below is a list of things I did not expect, that my guidebook didn't tell me, and my advice for anyone considering travel to the places we travelled.
Unexpected things that weren't in our guidebooks:
- Italians LOVE Nutella. It is everywhere, both in stores and restaurants. At one hotel I had a croissant for breakfast that was filled ...
... inky darkness is lightening to a dusky blue. Not a cloud in the sky; on the horizon a band of deep rosy orange is brightening as we begin our descent into Frankfurt. As much as this flight is always a long, tiring one, that I am feeling that familiar tingle of excitement that always hits me as I am about to land once again in Europe. Less than an hour to go. Here we are in Frankfurt. Sigh! It is still the most confusing and non- user ...
... to form the Halifax Regional Municipality.
Peggy’s Cove origin has a legion about its name. On a dark October night during a fierce "Souteaster", a schooner was washed upon some rocks and sunk. Only one survivor was saved by the local settlers, her name was Margret or Peggy as she was soon known by the local settlers. She stayed on the shore of the wreck of the schooner and where she married a local man. People began referring to the location as the ...
... as flarks. These flarks are like quicksand and have been known to swallow moose whole. There are two known incidences of mooses being swallowed up by a flark at this particular bog...fortunately one of the moose survived the experience. There were a number of different interpretive plaques explaining how bogs develop and the different flora and fauna you can find in this environment. One plaque mentioned that there was a plant known as a bog cranberry and i was quite chuffed with ...
... 5th time was the problem as it induced a mild heart attack. Far from this being a major problem the doctors said I had an extremely strong heart to stand this punishment for so long. Cheryl was quite complimentary as well, but a couple of days in hospital was necessary which further tightened our schedule getting to Halifax. ( Janet here……. you can tell he was delirious as well , oh and they did ...