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After an excellent breakfast we were picked up to go on a city tour which was not quite what we expected. First we went out to Cape Spear which is the most easterly point in Canada. We walked around while listening to lots of information from our guide who is a retired CBC National Correspondent. This was a place where the US and Newfoundland defended North America in 1942. The canon barrels that are ...
... The harbour has really steep sides so it would be a very safe port in any storm. Whenever I think of Cabot I think of the "Ghost and Mrs Muir". Was he Sebastian Cabot? Anyway that is the picture I have in my head of John Cabot.
Had another bad night's sleep. My bed is right near a window. My head is about a foot from it. We left the window opened as I went off to sleep. I awoke to something on my sheets. I thought at first it was Jenny but when ...
The register was signed and Mr. & Mrs Ridgway were introduced, walking back down the isle to Jon Schmidt's 'Waterfall'. In Newfoundland they have a 'recieving line' where the bride and groom stand and everyone walks past and hugs them. (Similar to what we do in Australia, except they do it orderly, Australians just swamp, clogging up the walkways in the process). We left in the limo for photos at Bowring Park, then the Jelly ...
... has character. 'Downtown' is contained within the length of St. John's harbour, and goes about three streets back. Quite different to any other city I've been to.
Our first stop was a small pharmacy ('drugstore') where we found some more souveniers. Then to 'Second Cup' (a cafe) for a frozen hot chocolate and free wifi (Fliss hadn't had breakfast). Andrew had dropped us downtown on his way to work and Jules planned to pick us up after her work at around ...
... leading toward the sea and caught a glimpse of it down low on the waters edge. This is going to be tricky.
I slowly made my way down the unmaintained rocky trail.
There were a few large puddles to get through. I couldn't see how deep they were so it's always a risk going straight in. I walked down another section to check the surface out. Once I could see the lighthouse clearly enough and get a good photo I stopped. Back in ...