Ramada St. John'S
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India! Wow... Who would have thought that my life would lead me here?
My name is Melane LeDrew and I'm a 24 year old recent graduate from Civil Engineering Tech. Program at CNA. I am currently working with the municipal government of the Town ...
... a 90 minute ferry ride away. However the weather was changing & it was windy & overcast so we carried on driving. In hindsight we should probably just have gone for the satisfaction of saying we were there!!
One of the hikes we did in Gros Morne was the Green Gardens Trail to check out a cave on the beach. The locals have traditionally grazed sheep in the meadows & still retain the rights to in the ...
... and a purse each. I hope it is a big plane.
Downtown we were looking for the start of the Trans Canada and it wasn’t easy to find. There is always lots of discussion between us when we don't really know where we are supposed to go. It ended up out the front of the old railway station.
Dinner was at “Green Sleeves” which was an Irish restaurant in the street that is the “happening” place. It is full of restaurants and ...
... defense for St. John up to WW II. We visited a very small fishing village and then drove to Cape Spear - where we saw a very distant iceberg and some whales. Cape Spear is the eastern MOST point of North America, which we thought was very cool, having been to Victoria - so now we can say we've been coast to coast. Donna walked up the hill (and many stairs) to the lighthouse which is a national historic ...
... we are, why isn't the guys night called a Rooster Party instead of a Buck's evening! Any ideas?
Anyway, despite the odd name, we all had a great night. Most of the younger women from the ecclesia attended (there were 12 in all) and we sat around chatting, eating ice-cream topped with all sorts of goodies, playing games, sipping punch and doing face masks. I tell you those things are scary. Whoever liked the feeling of mud on ones face? Needless to say, it was ...