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... here. The first fort was built by the British in 1749. Halifax played an important role in most of the conflicts and wars as the closest harbor to Europe and the biggest and deepest in North America. In WWII it was used as a staging port for ship convoys heading to Europe. The town clock tower is here, prominent to the town and port. We meet Rogers sister Roxanne who live here. She ...
... When we headed back, we took a secondary highway which was much more scenic and saw a lot more villages along the Annapolis Valley. I loved them all! There were a lot of houses for sale in every small town. I mean A LOT! So, the joke was every town became a potential new town to live in for me.. We would look at really cute cottage type heritage homes along the way and I would say, "I want to live here!" Wayne would say.. "No you ...
... sugarless Tiramisu – mmmm so good.
Next stop was the Crows Nest where we caught up with Dave and Irene. The band was playing 70s music which we enjoyed but once they were finished their stint the DJ came on and he had the music too loud and his selections were pretty ordinary too so the four of us left there and headed back down to the piano bar where we met up with Ria and Jans. We had a drink there and a lot of laughs and then it was time for ...
... of a Maine lobster roll with a local beer and people watching. Back on board Regatta by 5-30 pm in time for pre dinner drinks. Arrived in Portland, Maine in the morning. A much larger city so we did not spend a great deal of time looking around. We headed off to the very affluent coastal village of Kennebunkport. Here you can see the summer residence of the Bush family situated on a narrow strip of land jutting out ...
... holidays after all. Geoff wants to check out a camera shop, that is some distance away. We work out that we will have to catch a bus or two. The bus drivers are helpful, helping us to get to the camera shop. Over an hour and two buses later we arrive outside the camera shop. Geoff got his new toys… A body vest that his camera sits into …sorry it’s the ...