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... nothing written anywhere to tell us that.
We are now back at the airport awaiting our flight to Newfoundland. This is our last step before we are let loose on the roads.
We made it! We are in another salubrious place of accommodation on our budget trip of the nether regions of Canada.We are very lucky to have our own toilet and two windows to let the air through. Forget about the stairs and the pokiness of the place.
We wandered down the main streets of St John's ...
Yes we were tired the morning after, but excited to be going to meet with the brethren and sisters at St. John's once again. I'd somehow managed to keep my hair intact overnight, and dreading the thought of a long shower trying to get all the bobby pins out, I kept it in for Sunday. The ecclesia had hired a hall at a place called Worsley Park. It was a beautiful setting - the hall looked over both a lake and the ocean, out towards Bell Island. It was ...
... went so so well. Mr & Mrs. Ridgway happily married and living happily ever after right now...until 4am when their flight out of the country leaves for their honey moon!
p.s. Here's the video link I just got sent if you want to see:
... the gear and drove to Julia's. She's amazing: arrived at 1am, went to the meeting, then proceeded to invite 10 people for tea and give them an absolute feast! She won me with gluten free chocolate pudding. I was stoked! We all lazed around, waited for the others to leave and then headed to bed at a reasonable time. My air bed deflated half way through the night, but apart from that, it was nice to have a decent length sleep! ...
... to Gypsy Tea Room for a lovely lunch. We then went for a walk around town before heading out in the car for a drive around. Some street were off limits as they were still full of snow. Stopped at a huge Catholic Church for me to take pictures. We're trying to find a spot to park to take photo's of the Jelly Bean Road houses, but there was no roads close by that we could access. ...