Hometel on Signal Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... movies, the sort that is hard to find these days, as its most common to just gather around the TV and watch movies. The following morning, we said our goodbyes and headed to St. John's. In my mind there were two things that needed to happen here, one I wanted to be screeched in and two I needed to watch the sunrise at Cape Spear.
The one night we spent in St. John's we stayed with two of Raylene's friends. They graciously took us in and even gave us a ride downtown, ...
... a bench handy and I enjoyed the scenery for a while while Mark and Mariah walked over boulders, closer to the ocean and then continued over the stream and beyond. I found an alternate path a little inland for the return, which made walking easier on my stomach. We then went to Signal Hill in downtown St John's. It's where the British set up their batteries to defend the harbor against the French. St John's has a very ...
... Many lives were lost over the lifespan of the mine. Bonnie's knowledge and passion enabled her to be a great story teller as well as very entertaining. She told stories of her father and uncles working here and about her father commuting from the Carbonear area to work. She said it would often be weeks before he would come home to his family of 9 children. His wife, 15 when she married him tried life on the island for a ...
... very small towns along our wayl. We had arranged prior to departure to take a boat trip to see whales and puffins. They lied about the whales...they will be there next month...but we saw thousands of puffins, who arrive in May for the breeding season. Their bright orange bills turn dark when the summer is over and they return to sea.
The boat tour took us out to the Witless ...
We're back!!! And ready to build yet another home overseas for another deserving family! Habitat Newfoundland and Labrador is heading to India from April 17-30, 2015! This will be our third international build and we'll be blogging all the way along.
I'll start by introducing myself. My name is Holly Tobin and I'm the team leader for this trip! This will my fourth Global Village Build and ...