Fisherman's Landing Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... up onto land. Walking here, you are walking on the very rocks that made up the floor of the Iapetus ocean 1.2 billion years ago. Tomorrow we visit Western Brook Pond which is a 16km long lake in a long mountain-sided valley that was once a fjord and is the source of many of the breathtaking photos used to market Newfoundland tourism (smart marketers!). Below are a few shots we took today in nearby Rocky Harbour and Norris Point, ...
... we had a nice time visiting our fellow campers, we are definately the Pov people in the park, we are the only tent.. our fellow Aussies have an older style 30ft RV and they are travelling with a couple of those Rv buses from Florida, they belong in a RV Club. The store their RV in the desert in California and come over every year for a couple of months. They tow a little Suzuki behind. Great way to do it..I have serious RV envy.
Now I am tucked up in the tent...we have 2 nights ...
... I saw that this park compared to many parks in the US such as Yellowstone or Yosemite. While each of these parks has their unique aspects, there is a commonality in terms of beauty and grandeur, as well as the wildlife each has to offer.
We then returned to the campground in time for social hour and "movement orders" for or next leg of the ...
... to try to see how the houses are built on rocks over looking the harbor. Doubting I'll be able to do that with 800m visibility. Sitting on the ferry, it's hard to tell it's even moving. The steady thrum of the diesels resonates through the seats. Torque. More torque. Standing, the legs tell you the ground is moving. Almost time to get off the ferry and ride... 3 fast paced hours later and I've arrived in Rocky Harbor, NFLD. Passed through scenery that ...
... coffee in Brewed Awakenings along with a freshly made "black bottom" which seemed to be a vast chocolate muffin topped with a blueberry muffin! To walk this off we followed the Glynmill stream trail around a small lake and back to Civic hall. A short walk of maybe 10 minutes downhill took us back to the cruise terminal where there were craft stalls in a marquee, and more free ( but very slow) ...