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Our flight to London
and then over to Halifax went very well. It's the first time I (Jenny) had done
such a long flight but it went in quite quickly while watching some ******
films that were put on the big screen. We got free food and drinks which is something
we have not had in years as we always travel cheap, where you have to pretty
much pay for the air you breathe.
We made it through
Toured the city with Hop on Hop off pink bus. Saw the high point which is the Citadel, the Royal Gardens, the historic area, the old town waterfront, ate at Salty's, has a Tim Horton maple donut, and a maple beaver tail. Reallllllly good. Had a good ...
... drive of some 60kms around its coast. We joined the many locals also out for the day doing the same thing. We stopped for a beer at a roadside pub and later ate our picnic lunch near the northern tip of the island before driving back to our hostel.
We bade farewell to Quebec City after having a great time there. Nice people, great food, lots of history and places and buildings to match. In a small way perhaps we can understand the ...
... never understand why people drag their caravans around Cape Breton. What a bore, not to mention how much of an utter nuisance you are to the thousands of people that try to pass you, park beside you, and see around you. All this so you can bring a coffee table with you. Again, I will never understand. Paula's small SUV, like all modern SUVs, has no business being off road. But it's 18" rims and low ...
... lonely landscape, that would be pretty bleak come winter. If you love lighthouses, then the coastlines of Nova Scotia are something to add to your bucket list, and rightly famous for them. Being so wild and rugged there is certainly a need for them. Back in Halifax, I organised to meet up for dinner that evening with another Aussie I met on tour who is also doing a 12 month teaching exchange. She's really cool, easy to talk to and based in Calgary. She is also a ...
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