Quality Inn & Suites Bayer's Lake
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So our time in Halifax has finally come to an end and although we are sad to leave Sarah and Ben and all the comforts of their wonderful apartment, I think we were definitely starting to get an itch for the road again. Chris was starting to get ants in his pants to drive again and I needed to get out there and hike! The rest of our trip to Halifax was filled with more food and drinks and some awesome visits by some awesome people. Lets start from where ...
There were near hurricane force winds in St. John's, Newfoundland when we were supposed to dock there on September 23rd, so we had to miss the port. The captain did get us to Halifax early, getting here last evening. The ride here was bumpy but we kind of enjoy it. The ship is so large that it stays fairly stable even in high seas – the swells were about 20 feet high. We were ...
... off, but we also learned about how he migrated to Halifax from Vietnam years ago to make a better life for himself and his family. Phat may not be a true "Haligonian", but his heart is in the right place! Andrew decided to get the full haircut to save a few pennies and his reputation!
The weather sparkled with sunshine when we headed out to Peggy’s Cove. As we neared ...
... weeks. Between long days, sunburn, hiking and riding I'm finally starting to feel the trip.
It's the good kind of exhaustion. The type brought on my physical work and taking on the world. Besides, living completely stress free will make you go crazy. Still, woke up from the nap a little bit out of it and needing to remember that the clothes were done drying.
Tomorrow is the first major leg on the return trip. Halifax to ...
... lunch/dinner. Donna got brave, and went for the roasted chicken. I got real brave, and tried the pasta. Salad would've been a better choice, but it didn't come back to bite. It was finally time for sailaway, so we went out on deck to see Halifax disappear in the distance. It was almost 6:00, so curfew time was ready to kick in. We headed off to our cabin before pumpkin time to lock ourself in. Wait till I get my cruise survey after we're ...