Smugglers Cove Inn
Travel Blogs from Lunenburg
... gas flare makes no sound
I forget the stink and I always think back to that eastern town
I remember back six years ago this Western life I chose
And everyday the news would say some factory's going to close
Well I could have stayed to take the dole but I'm not one of those
I take nothing free and that makes me an idiot I suppose
So I bid farewell to the Eastern town I never more will see
But work I must so I ...
... us with selling the Pontiac or Terry buys is at a fair price to us. Richard had a little rest while I downloaded today’s photos and did the blog. Went inside and it is just like an English pub all natural wooden walls decorated with barrels, bottles, plaques, pictures and other odds and ends checked out the Menu for what we will eat tonight.
5.30pm and time to leave for Knots Pub if we had of left any later we would have ...
... full kitchen in one room with worse luck two double beds (too small for two people) and bathroom. Sliding door from the lounge goes to the balcony with the panoramic view of Lunenburg.
Time to relax it's 3.00pm afternoon tea time with a lovely slice of pineapple looking at the view of Lunenburg. Logged on the WIFI good strong connection downloaded today's photos and did the blog Richard had a rest till dinner. The office ...
... We were directed to The Knot Pub for dinner and drink and it was a great suggestion as we both enjoyed it very much! Just like walking into an old English pub.
We were hoping to see the Bluenose II in harbor, as it was just relaunched 2 weeks ago, after a lengthy refurb - but it was already out on a cultural mission representing Lunenburg and Canada. We did stop at the Bluenose company store to learn a little more about this beautiful sailing vessel before we ...
... from the rocks into full daylight and free space again I found myself doing a little lap of celebration and a jig, only to turn around and find that I wasn't alone in doing so, Ines and myself were doing a lap of honour!
Then only a few moments later I got my first whale sighting. There were two whales hunting and eating the fish in the rocky bay behind us. Totally amazing and I didn't even have to go to them... day three and ...