Ramada St. John'S
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... The campsite was in Pippy Park, a large park in a great location within 5km of downtown St John's, but it was also the most expensive in NFLD at $45 a night compared to $15 at provincial parks. We were shocked when they came & picked up the free standing firepit - when Ron asked if he was going to replace it he said no you have to RENT it!! Ron told him that's a first, we've never had to rent a firepit before in ALL our travels! ...
... we were looking for puffins. He pointed to the water and said that’s what they are. There were millions of them. They live on Gull Island which is on the edge of the bay.They make their nests in the grassy parts. Their burrow is about an arms length and they return to the same burrow each year.They lay one egg each season but don’t lay it until they are about 5 years old. Sometimes they eat so many fish that they can’t fly back to their ...
... has character. 'Downtown' is contained within the length of St. John's harbour, and goes about three streets back. Quite different to any other city I've been to.
Our first stop was a small pharmacy ('drugstore') where we found some more souveniers. Then to 'Second Cup' (a cafe) for a frozen hot chocolate and free wifi (Fliss hadn't had breakfast). Andrew had dropped us downtown on his way to work and Jules planned to pick us up after her work at around ...
... which apparently is a rare occurrence in Newfoundland! It's so nice not to be cold!
After a morning of feeling rather jet-lagged, we got told that we were going hiking! (Me: 'no way!! I can hardly get up the stairs, the floor is moving so much, let alone hiking!?'). But they were adamant. So we went.
As we drove down the street the excitement grew. They all have weatherboard houses, with big windows - painted all the colours of the rainbow! ...
... that may sound boring but I think it is more of an achievement- I am actually living in another country. There is a lot of pressure for a study abroad exchange to be jam packed with adventure and new experiences every day but that is not realistic. That being said, I have had some time to enjoy my temporary home. I spent a Saturday a few weeks ago at the Rooms. The Rooms is a museum which features many different exhibitions and has a spectacular view of ...