Hometel on Signal Hill
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... size: 23px; line-height: normal; -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(130, 98, 83, 0.0980392);">So that's it for Newfoundland. It was the perfect ending to a fantastic trip. We not only saw amazing sights but the boys made us proud.
Tomorrow it's off to the airport to return home. So all me cocks long may your big jib draw (may all my friends have good fortune for a long time). It's been fun sharing my adventures with you. God bless your cotton socks ...
I woke up to a semi-mauzy (cloud/ foggy) day and was mug-up (having a cup of tea) when Theresa got up. She is really into the culture here as she looked at me and said "Whadda y'at?" ("What's up?"). This is our first full day of adventure in St. John's and we want to make it a memorable one.
We decided to venture to Brigus about 80 km from St. John's. Brigus is a small fishing community located on Conception Bay. It's a lovely town, with the ...
... yourself in a culture. Learning about how the locals live their lives and experiencing that world through their eyes. Anyone can book a trip and go to India and hop on a tour bus and see the Taj and go to a beach and maybe even see a tiger. But will they really get to know true Indian hospitality and culture? Will they learn the language and get to explore markets with the locals? Probably not. It’s not ...
... man we were looking for puffins. He pointed to the water and said that’s what they are. There were millions of them. They live on Gull Island which is on the edge of the bay.They make their nests in the grassy parts. Their burrow is about an arms length and they return to the same burrow each year.They lay one egg each season but don’t lay it until they are about 5 years old. Sometimes they eat so many fish that they can’t fly back to their ...
... was carrying on about sitting at the rear...Cant move the seats back...too many people line up beside you for the washroom..blah blah blah..I did convince her that it was the right move and that this plane would be different blah blah blah, but alas once again she was right on all counts.
It was a 3 hour flight which surprised me, We are probably closer to Scotland than Vancouver.. Flying in the countryside was beautiful and green ...