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... including over 260,000 pairs of puffins, Newfoundland’s official bird. Whales as well as icebergs can be seen in Iceberg Alley floating down from Greenland if the conditions are right. The island’s official flower is the pitcher plant, a carnivorous insect-eating plant. Newfoundland is a little smaller than California, slightly bigger than Japan and twice the size of the entire United Kingdom. It contains no snakes, no skunks, ...
Made it to St Johns but we are leaving today & not had time to do blog post! Sorry folks, will hopefully find a site with Wiffi soon! In St Johns we finally had Rogers coverage for our iPhone but now we are on the road I will loose that soon - so I'll keep this short! So don't worry if you don't hear from ...
... morning and are staying with Andrew & Jules too. Julia is doing the cake for the wedding (told you she was amazing!) so she did prep for that in the morning along with a myriad of other things on the to do list. Some of the girls are getting their nails done today, so we dropped them there, then Julia dropped us at 'Chapters' while she went on to do other things. Chapters is Fliss' most favourite store. In summary it's a giant bookstore meets gift shop meets ...
... street. They looked sooo cute, but they were not overly impressed with it. Neave held her had up for stop! All the way. Mathew & I made a snowman out in the back yard. It was not easy. The snow was so fluffy. Nice to make a snow angel, not for making a snowman. With a couple of buckets of water we managed to make an ok snowman. I'm happy with him. This afternoon ...
... Bear talk' and I had noticed his British accent. It was the first British accent I had heard in a while as I had been traveling solo for a few months. I said hello after the presentation and we had a yarn about Bears and Margaret Thatcher (subjects not that far apart). We became friends on Facebook and stayed in touch over the years.
So Nevil was coming to Cape Spear to end his round the world motorcycle trip with his friend James (who ...