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... and asked if I was with a newspaper. I laughed and said no. He seemed rather put out, giving me a curt nod before disappearing. The market was beautiful though, especially with the winter sun streaming through the huge windows. Everything was lit-up and so seemed especially delightful. I got some coffee and a couple of coconut macaroons, taking lazy pictures of garlic baskets, samosas, dried chilli, pots of gherkins, chocolate chip cookies. A guy told me I should check out the ...
... Ocean lapping the Halifax peninsula. It is restful after the bigger, frenetic cities I have already visited, which were somehow still exhausting for all that they were undoubtedly polite, Canadian cities. Perhaps it was the snow and coldness that drained me so much, the oncoming winter? Last night I also spent a couple of hours in the Maritime Museum. Every Tuesday evening there is free entry after 5 pm, but they do ask you to make a voluntary ...
... to drive miles and not see any litter or billboards along the roadside. Nova Scotia is a smoke-free Province. Smoking is not allowed in any public place and is also prohibited in cars with children under 19 years of age. All four of us loved this. We drove along the coast and visited the quaintness and seaside charm of the fishing villages of Lunenburg, Mahoney Bay, Chester along with many other smaller villages. They each own their own charm and ...
I saw more dead than living in the Maritimes. Caleb and I had a game going: I would count the number of Tim Hortons and he would count the number of cemeteries. He won.
We saw pioneer graveyards, French 18th-century burial sites, and modern-day plots. Robert was most taken aback that the cemeteries seemed to occupy the best waterfront properties. I surmised that the phenomenon of 'cemetery as tourist ...
... the portion sizes will be like but I will let you know!
We are not sure of
the internet access over the next little while. We might have some in some
places but definitely not when we are sleeping in a tent! Our plan is to slowly
make our way to the most northerly point of Newfoundland where we are looking
forward to celebrating the iceberg festival.
See you then.