TripAdvisor Reviews Oceanside Inn Nova Scotia
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... hard left to follow the coastline along. There were many quaint little harbours and towns..some of these towns were first settled in the late 1600's. The Scottish influence died off on the Island and now it is back to the French.
We thought we had taken a wrong turn when suddenly the road ran out and we were face to face with a ferry crossing which wasnt clearly marked on the map. My Navigator ran down to chat to the ferry guy and ...
... and I had a nice sleep in. I went downtown to sort out my Canadian phone and get a few last things I need. I am getting picked up at 10am tomorrow to drive to camp which starts tomorrow! I am super excited to see everybody and meet the new counsellors! This means that I won't have internet much from now on, so updates will be ...
... waiting 1 & 1/2 hours) or get the metro bus (wait 30 minutes). I chose the metro (I'm used to public transport). Welcome to Halifax!!! This guy got on the bus and started abusing the bus driver, he had the wrong ticket and had to buy another one. Later I went for a walk to get some dinner and a guy was being patted down by the cops and screaming "help me". Where have I come too? Today was all ...
... that added to its amazingly diverse atmosphere. Eating lunch at the Harbor on a pleasantly warm October afternoon surrounded by flurries of French dialogue screamed something much more European than I was ever expecting to find in Nova Scotia, while the little colourful shops along the pier resembled a holiday town on the south coast. But trying to compare Halifax to any of these places is pointless. It isn’t Scotland, nor is it France ...
... the Venice airport. I only cringed a little with her parting shot, "let's hope you see them there". In the words of Alfred E. Newman...what me worry? So, here we sit in the Halifax Airport awaiting our next flight. My boarding passes could almost make a poker hand, there are so many. But one down and only 3 to go. Let the snacking ...
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