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... see small villages but actually it's a name of area usually with a church or two! All the churches have steeples so they can be seen for miles around & the accompanying grave yard. It's like time stood still here in this green & pleasant land!!
The museums were all interesting like at the Potato museum - we read all about its origins from South America, how it's grown & harvested & how science plays a hand in what we ...
... there. So I follow my map around town, taking in the site and the feel of this quaint little city. After my city tour I went back to the water and enjoyed my lunch (breakfast leftovers) in the sun. After lunch I walked the boardwalk before returning to the pier, where I browsed the market stalls before lining up for my bus tour. The bus tour I chose for today was the island drive and Anne of Green Gables. It was a 3 hour tour. We started with a ...
... day on the island and I travelled the charlotte's shore and that was the end of my journey to the island...Kings county will have to wait till maybe next summer. it was a great relaxing time on the island, my F800R kept me company, I didn't have any issues except my INFO switch malfunction and had ordered one a month prior to this trip and it was on back order till aug....other than that, I enjoyed every moment of the island on my bike, cant wait till next ...
... the whole day off but unfortunately the most adventurous we got was walking the dog before I had to go back and lie down. I ended up going to sleep at 5pm and not waking up until 9 the next morning. I felt bad for ruining the day but I guess travelling had caught up with me.
I felt much better Thursday morning though and in the few hours between jobs we went into town and said hi to Antonio, had lunch at the Churchill Arms, paid a parking ticket, took back the dvds, ...
... was this crazy pool that the kids ran around inside of bubbles. See the pictures.
Dinner at a great place called the Sand Box. Rosanne and Eddie led us to our hotel. Jacob and Michelle took a walk to see a pretty church nearby, a historic cemetery, and local monument. We were exhausted from a lousy night of sleep on the ferry from Newfoundland and turned in fairly early.