Hotel des Commandants
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Yesterday, Sheila and I took the day off and just hung out by the coach. Seems like there has been a lot of time in the truck – this was a good relaxing time. We had a chance to watch some TV that Zack taped for us.
Today though, we headed to Forillon National Park. This park is on the Gaspe Pennisula. There are two main sites on the park. On the south side, there are excellent views of the Bay of Gaspe. While on this side, we watched sea otters play around in the ...
... lady didn’t speak any English and we could see the door to the Visitor’s Center was open and people were going in the building. Regardless, I turned the
truck around and headed to a nearby parking lot. When we walked up the Visitor’s Center, this same lady came running over to us and said we were not allowed to go to the Visitor’s Center. We finally got her to explain that there were ...
... After a short and scenic walk we could hear increasingly more and more sounds of birds, and see many soaring overhead. The sound grew louder and louder (so did the unpleasant odor) until we saw a sight none of us will forget – the second largest colony of Gannets in the world. These large seabirds are beautiful, numbering over 102,000.
We could approach within a ...
... most outstanding frites, not that I've tried any of those, just to be clear.
I worried the first time I travelled in the Gaspe region about my lack of French, but either I've learned some more French or am less afraid to use it, or the locals are speaking more English. So no anglos should be put off because of ...
... a beautiful dramatic cloud in the horizon over the mountains and 30mn later we drove right under it just to discover it was actually a snow storm which covered the road in no time and became dangerously slippery, the locals are driving really fast and as most Quebecois, don't understand the use of blinkers (f****ing annoying to say the ...