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Travel Blogs from St. John's
So.... I'm in Canada. Seriously. I got to Chicago no problem and my flight to London was a bit late but no big deal; my layover until going to Stuttgart was going to be four hours anyway. Well, then a man on the plane passed out. There wasn't a doctor around, so the staff contacted the ground crew and decided to get the man to a hospital as soon as …
... we headed back to St John’s for lunch then onto Signal Hill on top of which is Cabot Tower. The tower was formerly occupied by the Marconi Company and was the site at which the first trans-Atlantic signal was received, from Cornwall in England.
Signal Hill was fortified during WWII and on the opposite side of the entrance to St John’s Harbour another fortification was built, called Fort Amhurst.
St John’s is a ...
A magnificent day to tour the St. John's area! Off to Cape Spear, the most easterly point not only in Newfoundland but of North America! The oldest surviving lighthouse in the province, in operation since 1836! Yeah! A minke whale surfaces for us as we are standing looking out at the ocean! What a sight.....our third whale sighting and very close to shore! Heavy artillery was installed at Fort Cape Spear in 1941 to protect St. John's during WW I but Cape Spear never saw ...
... straight round to the motorcycle parking. It then took me about 20 minutes to find Michelle. This place was in the ghetto and reminded me of the RESH (royal east sussex hospital) in Hastings where I spent a lot of my youth. It was a dump and I couldn't get any info as to where she was. I tried 3 different floors and eventually asked at the Physio desk. I said " I know I'm in the wrong place but.....". She got me to the right floor but I still ...
So you are probably wondering what has happened to me since my last blog. Well let's go back a few days. On the morning of May 23, 2013 my host in St. John's, Garret, drove me down to mile 0 where I was to embark on my second cross Canada adventure. All my ducks were finally lined up and I was ready to go. We arrived at approximately 7:30, unloaded my gear, took a few pictures and then Garret headed off back home. As I made my final preparations, ...
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