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We're all a little sad to be leaving Iceland but also excited that we are about to start the next part of our adventure in Canada. We have looked at the weather forecast and the temperature is a much more pleasing 20 something as opposed to 11 this morning in Iceland! The wind must be coming from the snowy mountains, because it feels similar to the day we trecked around the glacial lagoon.
... survivors were then taken to New York but all
the bodies that were found were brought to Halifax. The coroner was meticulous
and kept record of all the bodies and all the things that were found on the
body which were later used to identify people . All the bodies were given a
number and when they were buried the number was etched on the grave stone. We
went to see one of the graveyards this morning to see where ...
... Samual de Champlain's ship arrived in La Have to the new world in 1604. This was chosen by King Louis XIII to be the “First Capital of New France.” The Bay of Fundy was once the largest settlement of the Acadians. In addition to Nova Scotia, Cape Breton many also have Acadian roots.
So, on with the blog. Note: ...
... evening we arrived.
Next on the itinerary was Prince Edward Island famous for potatoes, sea food and independent minded people rather like those from Newfoundland and Alaska. To get there from the New Brunswick mainland which we had been on or in since leaving Quebec we had to drive for some 15 kms along the amazing Confederation Bridge. Not really a bridge but more a giant raised causeway made of cement and supported on big columns raising it ...
This was to be our last day in the Halifax area and we also had to pick the car up at the airport. The best way to do this was by bus and a lot cheaper than a taxi. I enjoy travelling by public transport as it gives me a chance to observe the area and see parts of the town you would normally miss. The transport system is excellent and each time we boarded a bus I asked for some advice and every driver was only too willing to ...