The Erie Beach Hotel
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Not a lot of exciting travel stuff over our week in Ontario since we were mostly visiting family and friends in Northern and southern Ontario. We did spend a day visiting a few sites on Manitoulin Island although I forgot to remind my wife recently to wear hiking footwear so we didn't make it to one trail. Did visit ...
... Tea plantations and rain forests are found in the interior of the island along with a diverse wildlife population. Along the coast are pristine beaches and a majority of the coastline is undeveloped. Some of this is due to the civil war which ended in 2009 in which over 80-100,000 people died. The Tsunami of 2006 also claimed over 40.000 lives and displaced hundreds of thousands of people. The island is slowly recovering and tourism is just starting to take ...
Port Dover is a great little community that swells with tourists in the summer time. It was a fishing community, and still does some commercial fishing on a small scale. I had the opportunity to enjoy cooking a few fillets for dinner. I visited the local museum; the curator was a wealth of information. She spent over an hour with me, walking through the museum explaining the different displays and stories of the ship wrecks on ...
This Friday the 13th was slightly different from the last. Even though there were tens of thousands of people in Port Dover in April, the crowds then seemed sparse in comparison to this trip. Reports say there were upwards of 140,000 people there, and that is probably true! It was also one of the hottest days of the year, with temperatures well over 35 degrees Celsius in the afternoon. Not exactly ...
The lake is really nice, there is a light breeze, that is a little chilly, and though the towns aren't too populated, they are closer together. They are a lot less touristy than imagined, because of their names( peacock point;hickory beach) and their placement on shore. There are few grocery stores, and the towns have too many houses, with few places to stop. The few places we have rested have been very nice, ...