Shaw's Hotel and Cottages
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... storm when ships relied on the lighthouse to keep them from running ashore.
About a half an hour further down the highway, we saw a sign for Naufrage Harbour. It wasn't a planned stop but we decided to pull in and have a look around. It was a great choice and an interesting place to visit. It's a working marina focused on lobster fishing. All the boats were moored and the traps were stacked along the dock. With it being Canada ...
... name Acadia was originally Arcadia which was named by an early explorer who thought it looked like the Arcadia region in Greece. Over the years, the R has dropped off. The big Scottish emigration took place in the mid 1700s after the Scottish forces in Scotland were wiped out by the British at the Battle of Culloden. The British imposed such severe penalties on them, even for wearing a kilt and outlawed the bagpipe so many left Scotland for New Scotland or ...
Freshly arrived from our 12h bus journey, and our couchsurfing hosts are already taking us on a night out for booze and live music! Knackered, but nothing a few good beers won't cure! :-) And the band was pretty good, a mix of funk and country music (first time I ever fancied a guy with pigtails lol). We got home (somehow!) pretty late... Only to hear Katie, one of the housemates, coming home at 3am with three random guys she met at the ...
... The back landscape is spectacular, an Asian inspired fountain with numerous Buddhist statues, furniture, mainly chairs, made out of tree trunks and salvaged wood carcasses. Cheryl Lee photographied all of them, 14 all together! At least two ponds with vegetation, more fountains, sculptures, flower gardens. The building itself has an intricate architectural design and longer to visit than it appears from the ...
... dark forests and then onto the sand dunes. A large portion of the trail (estimated close to 1 kilometre) was a floating boardwalk about 6 feet wide placed to protect the sand dunes and sensitive bodies of water. The boardwalk floated on pontoons and had many viewing decks and interpretive plaques. At the end of the boardwalk we were able to climb up and over a stairway protecting the sand dunes and look down onto a gorgeous beach of white ‘icing sugar’ sand. We basically ...