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... in the Wall. You had to hike along a cliff to get there and there were the most spectacular views. We saw a menke whale playing in the surf. By then the sun was coming out and it was warming up. We had a quick lunch at the campsite and then went to get on the wale watch boat. The seas were really choppy thank God I had my patch on! Sadly no big whales sited today, only a menke whale after almost five hours at sea :(. Didn't get back to the campsite until 9;45. We are cold and ...
Words cannot describe what an experience this has been. Crossing this great country, learning so much & best of all meeting the people in every province. We are so lucky to live in such a diverse & harmonious country - we may have our difference but Canadians are friendly, kind & helpful. We Feel proud of Canada this wonderful country we call home!!
When I started this summary I had I intended to do a list of ...
... very amazing! I think it was the first time I saw those kids eat like that. We ate lasagna with Caesar salad. After, Courtney read a book for Aya and I read a book for Kai before bed time. It was time for bed, so I slept with Kai, and it was time for Courtney to go home, because she felt sick.
On Saturday, we went to the market at the Algonquin Hotel, because Eveline was there and she sold her cookies. We bought some and they were ...
... a panic and I said:
-Papa I`m lost! I am in Canterbury, in a forest road and I am afraid!!!
-My father said to me: Wait! Go to see the town and after, take out your sheet where there is the map!
-I said: Okay, I am there, now. Before I saw a gas station, I think it is a good idea if I go there!
-My father said to me: Yes!
Furthermore, when I arrived in the gas station, I found a ...
... flow around Campobello and through the Bay of Fundy, which has some of the most extreme tides in the world – there can be a fifty-foot difference between high and low tide, twice each day! These tides and the very tricky currents that result from massive quantities of water flowing into and out of the bay have a big impact on the lives of the islanders, many of whom rely on fishing for their livelihood and on ferries ...