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... round it and a mass of small fishing boats.
The town is spread round the natural harbour, a few streets deep, climbing up the steep hills which surround the town.
It is a mix of the new and old colonial style clapper board houses painted in strong hues, which are very pretty. A little like San Francisco, but on a smaller ...
From there, we headed to St. George Street (known for its many bars and pubs) and luckily found a parking lot right downtown. We had a goal tonight - Colleen had promised her friend Lorraine in St. Catharines that she would get "Screeched In." Two bars (Christian's and Trapper John's) are famous for this ceremony and we hadn't walked two blocks when there in the doorway of Christian's Bar was a sign - "Screeched In Ceremony ...
... world war two (some of the girls taking the opportunity to go on ahead and jump out in the dark, scaring us to near death!). The photo that is in front of the old lighthouse, on the step with mostly girls, was hilarious. We'd all piled on this old step and Andrew Ackerman decided he'd come crash the photo and sit behind us. Next thing we knew the whole step broke (oops, it was probably heritage listed or something) and we all screamed and fled!
... lingo that I will not conform to. Supper is after tea or dinner late at night, including lots of chocolate, when no-one really 'needs' to eat. Not the main meal at night. Not acceptable Newfies!
A.Alison had made her famous Tirimusu for Courtney's birthday which they all ate with glee. After tea we headed to Topsail Beach. A slight improvement on Middle Cove Beach- no dead fish on the shore- but still pebbles instead of sand. We were ...
... semester. This semester I am studying two political science courses, a history course and carrying on with my french course. My favourite course so far this semester is the history course, Terrorism in the 20th Century. It has been incredibly informative and provided some excellent background knowledge on some of the key current affairs of the moment- Syria, the horn of Africa and South Sudan, just to name a few. Also, the course has allowed me to ...