Dalvay by the Sea Hotel
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... was much further away than I'd anticipated, and took longer to reach than anticipated as the main route was interspersed with those 50km zones. Inspite of the evening twilight, dusk had long passed by the time we reached our hotel. Checked in and raced out, remembering that North Americans tend to eat earlier, and restaurants close! Managed a quick dinner before Paul hit the sack while I blogged in the breakfast room.
... almost run to get away from the man eating mosquito's. Even the dogs were being attacked fiercely. I wonder if they itch like we do? Would not recommend going there without a gallon of insect repellent!!!!
We decided we had had enough and heading to our campground to rest and then get some laundry done, whoa!
Oh by the way we forgot to mention that this is our 8th Province in our journey.
... playing a round of par three golf and eating pizza for dinner.
The next day my Mom told us that there was something in Cavendish about Anne of Green Gables she wanted to see so we were switching camp sites. Our next site was a KOA. I was fine with that because KOA's usually have pools, trampolines and play grounds. so while our Mom went to see her Anne thing, Avery and I where doing back and front and back flips on the trampoline.
... are further proof of the fertility of the soil.
Kevin, our guide, took us, on a cross island tour. We explored the beautiful north shore with its red cliffs, Anne of Green Gables house, Cavendish, Brackley Beach, both South and North Rustico fishing villages, Covehead Light House and PEI National park. Along the way we passed mussel farms and learned how they are cultivated.
80% of the mussels consumed are cultivated in the island's ...
... over to PEI who had specifically suggested we visit the Argyle Sands Provincial Park for the best views of the red shores, so we took her advice and headed straight there. Unfortunately the park was closed so we parked the car on the side of the road and walked through the park towards the coastline. We reached the edge of the island and popped our heads over the edge to get a glimpse of this spectacular red coastline. Woah...we had underestimated how amazing these red cliffs would be. ...