Fairfield Inn & Suites St. John'S Newfoundland
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... of bays, coves & fishing docks. I learnt the difference terms for shorelines:
A Bight - an indent in coastline. Like a bight mark it is wider at the opening than the bottom.
A Cove - like a bight but the entrance is narrower.
An Arm - is a finger of water protected by land on both sides.
A Sound - the name given to the stretch of water between the mainland & an island. ...
... most of them have music blaring out I to the street. There was a guitarist at the one we went to, it was just after six and he had already started playing. After sitting there for a while the wind started to blow and the harbour disappeared from view. We walked down the street and it soon became too cold for Jenny so we went back to the car. Jenny had some cider so I had to drive. It was really scary as I had Jenny breathing down my neck as I tried to negotiate the one ...
... music in competition to one another. We started with beers at the Martini Bar, sitting outside at an umbrella table. Sandy had her first ever Guinness and I was surprised that she liked it off the bat. As a Guinness drinker myself, I always thought it an acquired taste. We are bar hoppers of course so crossed the street for dinner at Green Sleeves. The burgers were ...
... downtown and the Harbor early Friday morning gave me a better grasp of my surroundings. All in all it was a pleasant experience in spite of the unseasonal rainy weather and I felt as though I really got to see the city coming to life. With the rest of my day, I was able to register as an international student, which allowed me to have my first glance at MUN’s St John’s Campus.
By Saturday, I was ready to see more of St ...
... was running around getting some people ready for a whale watching tour. I much preferred to look around a little and then go fishing with his brother Scott, his dad and his teenage son. Robert handed me a 'Mustang' survival suit and motored away with the tourists. I jumped into a large Zodiak inflatable and after a fuel stop, the four of us headed out the mouth of the harbour into the North Atlantic. It was a sunny, warm day and I could not believe ...