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... be mistaken with THE Governor - with on WD or Schwarzenegger). I would show you pictures of Mark's haddock or my steak, but alas, I was again too slow! It was a truly fantastic meal right on the waterfront and if you ever get the chance, it's a definite suggested eatery. Because of the stunning location and the decadence of the meal, we did make sure to take a stroll down by the water after we were done. Tomorrow we head off to Halifax - so be prepared for breweries and ...
... the downtown area. There really wasn't much to see, save for the "World's Largest Ceilidh Fiddle" located where the cruise ships come in. We think Sydney has seen better days.
It was also our day to do laundry (laundromats are not Colleen's favorite) and stock up on groceries and liquor. In Canada, liquor is sold only at provincially-run stores, making it a separate errand. We've been told that Newfoundland is more remote with fewer towns and higher prices, so we are ...
This morning we have just sailed into the harbour in Sydney, Nova Scotia. It is grey and overcast here today. No particular plans are in place today other than maybe a stroll into the town if weather permits, a pedicure on the ship this afternoon and our last formal night tonight. Will go back now and elaborate on the days since we embarked the ship. Quebec City - this was a real surprise, it is a truly beautiful city, much more so than Montreal. It has beautiful ...
... off many trees, but they were leaving them there to let regeneration take place naturally.
Apparently there are moose, bears, foxes etc in the highlands.
75 tourist ships call here per year, so it is big business. 14% unemployment with 24% in winter. $10.35 per hour minimum wage. Petrol $1.40 per litre.
... around the pool. There were all kinds of chocolate desserts. After all the photos, we were allowed to eat. Our overnight cruise into Halifax saw fog descend in the early evening and remain during the night. The ships captain sounded the fog horn regularly giving an eerie feel to the evening particularly when we were sailing near where the Titanic had sunk a century ago. Luckily during summer there is no chance of icebergs floating down this far in the Atlantic ...
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