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Left Fogo Island on the 9 am ferry to start our trek to St. John's.
Decided to get there sooner than later as we do have to get the brakes looked at and an oil change. The old beast has been great so no complaints.
Stayed at Bellevue Campground, it was quite nice ocean on one side crashing in and on the other side of the spit was a quiet bay. Lots of locals camp there so we were lucky to get the last spot for the night.
Up and gone by 9 am to see more ...
... Louil Hill. Now I am sure it is a lovely hike to take normally, however when we were there it was, unsurprisingly, filled with mosquitoes. There were a few bits of respite when the wind picked up in clearings, and it wasn't the worst of mosquitoes we have experienced (that goes to camping near Peel River in the NWT). We did manage to climb out to the look up area, remarkable fast I might add.
Our second hike was much more pleasant. There was fewer ...
... swirl in a swift vortex above the giant structure. A massive wall built with giant blocks of stone and a gate of sharp metal and steel protects the evil-hearted civilization inside. Too slippery to climb, the walls have helped the dark town succeed a record of no one yet having the capability of scaling them, even Clendor himself cannot manage. As for the interior of Clendor's Stronghold, a market place ...
Arrived on Tuesday before noon to do
laundry and internet; then proceeded to Malady Head Campground to
acquire a nice site for three nights (based on weather) before
testing Cindy's new backpack. Hiked up to Malady Head for a great
view while munching on trail mix. Hurricane Igor, which arrived two
years ago, caused immense tree damage in the park and the northern
Today was primarily a travel day. We planned to go to Twillingate but, in reading the guidebook, found out that there are Puffin colonies in Bonavista and changed our plans. We decided to stop in Salvage, a fishing village on the ocean, instead of going all the way up to Twillingate and will go to Bonavista tomorrow on the way to St John's. It shortened the drive to Terra Nova National Park to make it easier on everyone. Olivia is determined to see Puffins, a ...