Hotel Eco-Lodge Ravoraha
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We left Gaspe about 7:30AM traveling out the Bay of Gaspe toward Perce Rock and Bonaventure Island. There was some swells for a while but then it flattened out a bit. Perce Rock is huge and has a whole through it. It is right across from Bonaventure Island which is a Canadian Park and a rookery for Golden Headed Gannets. We crossed the Bay of Chaluer traveling 45 nautical miles to Shippagan, Mew Brunswick. We may be able to go to the aquarium tomorrow morning before we ...
After enjoying a great lobster club sandwich, we headed along the southern side of the Gaspe Peninsula. We drove until 6 pm when we spotted a campground on the beach. We ended up in a fantastic campsite in the small town of Saint-Godefroi with a spectacular view of Chaleur Bay. A dock filled with small commercial fishing boats was within walking distance. The small ...
The drive through New Brunswick Acadia was beautiful. If something can be painted with the Blue White Red motive with a star on the blue, it is done. Sets of "thinking" chairs, lobster traps, power poles, roadside mailboxes. It is delightful. I was quickly settled in my 1907 period room at the Chateau Albert in Village Historique Acadien. A lovely housecoat hangs ready for my discrete walk down the hall to ...
The morning was foggy. I left Fredericton one hour later than planned Two hours and 30 minutes later - the time extended by a few construction detours and road work - I was in Miramichi. New Brunswick Highway 8 offered 6 exits to the city. The exit marked King George Highway seemed to ring a bell so I exited smoothly and drove through town. A few moments later I pulled into the driveway of the childhood home of Lord Beaverbrook. A woman was coming along the side of the ...
Woke up to another beautiful day!! Drove up to a good spot to look at the Perce (hole in the rock). Had breakfast before heading into town to talk to the visitor information center. We decided to take the 9am boat tour which took us both sides of Perce rock and around Bonaventure Island to see the gannets. They were pretty impressive seeing how big they are next to the seagulls. We also saw seals sunning themselves ...