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... All are leaving for holiday, some to the states others for Dr appointments and others I overhear saying they are visiting relatives. They seem to be close friends but the busy summer has kept them from seeing each other. It reminds me of my Alaska days when we would see friends on planes and in airports coming and going from Anchorage or the hub in Seattle. Such is life in an isolated place. We have a berth for this trip since we are puny (Lee ...
... to our campsite. We lit up the gas fire pit and had a late happy hour. So much easier, and easier on our laundry needs as we don't smell all smoky. Plus, typically the fire pits are so close to the trailer you get smoked out inside later.
The next day road trip, we went south down the east coast as far as Crescent Beach (there will be a photo or two) drove the lighthouse route, stopping at Lunenburg and at Peggy's ...
... warning of no access, we turned into a field with a dirt road and potholes that reminded me of driving in off-the-beaten-track Costa Rica many years ago. Driving very slowly and cautiously for almost 15 kilometers, we came to a cliff edge parking lot where two other tourist vehicles had made their way. Alas, no waves. Not only were they not world record breaking mammoth waves, there virtually were no waves at all and, therefore, no surfers.
... is the only port on this cruise where we are spending more than nine hours.
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HALIFAX was founded in 1749 when Colonel Edward Cornwallis with 2,500 settlers established this colony that was the birthplace of British Canada.
The current population of Halifax is 373k, and they lIve on a mostly hilly terrain. It is the 14th largest city in Canada.
The tourist attractions are many, but I ...
... stop of the day - the Icelandic Phallological Museum. Yep, you heard that right - this is a quirky and kitchy little museum that is considered 'must see' when visiting Reykjavik. I will spare you the gory details, but it was one of the weirdest set of exhibits I have ever seen! The highlight was the invisible elven phallus in a jar :) A quick repack of my luggage and I caught a bus to the airport to check in for my flight. Hanging out at Keflavik airport, I was again struck by ...