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... up my sadly neglected camping hair as Gary and Stella had a nap in the van. It was pounding rain when I was finished and with the windshield wipers slapping time, we decided to head to the Glasgow highlands. Booked into a gorgeous campground and had our first lobster dinner at "The New Glasgow Lobster Supper" that was just minutes away. It was a gigantic barn that can serve up to ...
... were celebrating their 25th year and hence the two special meals they had on the menu. By the time the server asked for our orders around 7PM she informed us that the specials were only good until 6:30PM - odd as they had re-printed them while we waited. Alas, she checked with 'management' and we were good to order them if so desired. Great, let's get the XYZ bottle of wine then - oops - only one of the bunch we are out of - alrighty.
I ordered one of ...
... 8 miles wide, about 145000 people. Has lots of trees in color, sand dunes, rocky shores, mussel and clam beds. Our driver Pieere was a comedian and a accordion player. Our Tour guide was a retired RN, so that can be a second career for nurses. The islands most famous person was Lucy Maude Montgomery writer who wrote the Anne of Green Gables, Her mom died yoiung she lived with her very strict maternal grandmother and grandfather who were Very strict, to escape she ...
... see and a unique sight at that. It was I imagined like having Uluru next to the sea at sunset. Just spectacular. We couldnt stay too long to enjoy the view as we still had one more sight to see before the sun set and our day was done... The Rocky Point Lighthouses. Now whilst waiting for the ferry to PEI i scoured all the tourist brochures and found a PEI magazine which had a dedicated section on their famous lighthouses. In this section were some magnificient photos of the ...
... quite thick to breath in), so after 5 minutes of walking, we were very sweaty. I really wanted to see the Province House, which is where the first few conversations that lead toward Confederation occurred. I also thought it was quite fitting that we were ending our Across Canada Trip with a visit to the building where Canada was created. We were able to walk through the legislative building (which is currently used today for PEI's government needs), and even caught the ...