Sauble Beach Lodge

Address: 213 Second Ave North, Sauble Beach, Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 213 Second Ave North, Sauble Beach, is near Ganges River (Ganga), Anjuna Beach, Sauble Beach, and Western Ghats.
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      If you don't perform your sausage

      A travel blog entry by ajlodge on May 16, 2014

      ... so we would take turns everyday in groups of two. Food was good but the most memorable meal would have to be the pigs head. Yep a pigs head. I walked into the kitchen wondering what we would be having later for our tea so Jens told me to look in the oven........and there was literally two pigs heads laying there cooking. Was pretty surreal. I have to admit I was a bit taken back but in the end the pigs cheeks just tasted like pulled pork. Was so juicy and the skin ...


      A travel blog entry by drudell on Apr 22, 2014

      3 comments, 17 photos

      ... walls, cliff trails or a seat at a sidewalk cafe.
      From the early Florida days, taking our (then) little Rita & Paul to visit Nana & Grandad to our 'empty nest' travels of the last few years there's not a minute I would change.
      The world is amazing, there is so much to see and always new places to visit. We have loved so many places we've been too, but it's hard to justify going back, with so many that we haven't yet explored!
      I know ...

      My Favorite Things

      A travel blog entry by drudell on Apr 20, 2014

      54 photos

      ... real fun, how about a cork umbrella (yes they are waterproof), or a men's trench coat or even a wedding dress! That's right, pretty amazing stuff and considering it's a renewable resource (unlike a cow!) all the better. The bark of the Cork Oak tree is stripped from the trees every 9 or 10 years, then it regrows and is stripped again. This can go on for close to 100 years. Portugal produces 50% of the world's cork.



      A travel blog entry by drudell on Mar 07, 2014

      3 photos

      ... now lurk amongst the masses there. If you know of any insomniacs who might be interested (again I ask why!?!?) in a new way to bring sleep upon their weary heads please feel free to pass along the link. I'm sure they'll be 'lights out' in no time ;) (see I even know how to make annoying little faces now - I am a social juggernaut!)

      We'll be flying to the Portuguese Azores islands, more specifically Sao ...

      Winter on the Bruce Peninsula - time to escape!

      A travel blog entry by jmlamport on Feb 18, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      Ask anyone who lives here.... this winter has been unlike any other in recent memory. Everyone in Bruce County is dreaming of tropical temperatures, tropical waters and tropical attire... not to mention tropical beverages. It's finally time to vacate "cottage country" and head to the Far East for another ...