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... with a Husiberg in the showroom) dealer to arrange new tires and get a replacement H7 bulb. I had one of the 2 mph flops today which broke the low beam bulb. A 2 mph flop is inevitable on a high and heavily laden bike. No damage beyond lightbulb ($10 CAD) and my pride. Got good info in where to go in Newfoundland from guys at the dealership. Also got good info for Nova Scotia from the info lady on the ferry. Staying in Halifax at the Dalhousie, one of the local ...
... once we landed, we obviously didn't look too dodgy! The car
was picked up and off we went to try and find our accommodation in Halifax. All
the cars are HUGE and it was all so American looking, it was very weird to start
with as I have never been to North America before and really only know things
from films, tv shows and books. Once we came into Halifax the houses were
really cute and colourful. We are staying ...
... of trails, right in the city! Interesting fact: Point Pleasant Park is stilled owned by the Britsh Government on a 999 year lease, at one shilling per year. It was a wonderful walk. On the way home, we swung by a grocery store and George's Bubble Tea for a honey dew witch liche jelly tea (excellent!). At cocktail hour we played a dice game: Farkle. Then, we embarked on a walk back along the waterfront to the Alexander Keith's Brewery, for supper at ...
... work for the next month is very, very appealing to us....avoiding some of the winter, and just relaxing in the sand, sun and sea of an island called Caye Caulker. We are really looking forward to this respite from our everyday life here in Nova Scotia. It's good to get away...to GO SLOW - which is the motto of Caye Caulker. But our first leg of our journery will be to visit the children at the orphanage where I volunteered in ...
... up the hill to the top road and as we were walking across the road i spotted all these kids dressed in blue Uniforms and had musical instruments in hand, Stewart asked if they were going to be playing up at the Citadel but they said no we are here to play for the runners that will be coming through, as we had arrived on the day Halifax did their cancer Marathon and all the water tables were being set up, one kid asked where we were from and Stewart said Australia ...
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