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Travel Blogs from Rocky Harbour
... the searing heat of the Sahara Desert in the Valley of the King, Egypt, forging streams at Mendenhall Park in Alaska, hiking thru the Amazon jungle and rounding the Horn of South Ameria. We were ready and the port was here.
The town center was less than a mile from the ship. It was a gentle climb up from the ship which took us under the main highway, as we walked not so much toward the town center but to a green area that went from the town back toward ...
... short hike to a viewing platform looking over Rocky Harbour, and a walk along the pier before sunset. We had dinner at a small restaurant called Earl’s – an institution in Rocky Harbour. It has a shop attached selling all sorts, and renting videos (yes, they still rent VHS’s in Rocky Harbour!!).
The next morning we headed to the National Park Visitors Information Centre to get some more info on a hike we had decided to do. ...
We spent the day cruising the largest estuary in the world and the gateway to the interior of North America. We admire the stunning coast line and islands of the Gulf of St Lawrence and seen a few whales.
As this was our second cruise with the Holland America line, we were invited to the Mariner Society luncheon with the captain Arno ...
The Green Garden hike took us downhill
to the Old Man Cove primitive campsites where we pitched our tent on
the platform with the best view. The two nights here were the
highlight of this park. We hiked to a cave and waterfall and got to
see a local fishing poacher teaching his son how to break the law. On
our last night we were serenaded by ...
... course our three guides were entertaining, as with every other local we met. Especially on the last line, where you swing into an emergency stop and they act worried and pretend you need to hit the brakes. After a fun trip we headed into town and had a great supper at the local Italian restaurant.
The next morning we had an amazing breakfast and talked with the B&B owners for most of ...