Belfry Bed & Breakfast
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... to the hotel. We both agreed that this place had a very weird vibe. I would have thought that a fat white guy would have been the target market in these parts though in this place I was treated as if I had three heads, maybe they were pirates and they could spot the landlubber, either way it was a most unfriendly place.
After getting changed we headed out for dinner at a tavern and had a dozen ...
... Closed for the season. Reason? Freezing!". We must have missed it by a day as there was still rubbish in the bins.
So we drove back to near our hotel and checked out a Jamaican restaurant. The jerk sauce was delicious and the owner spent the entire meal talking with me about cricket. I think it had been a long while for him being able to have this type of discussion so it was lots of fun.
Afterwards we headed to the hotel and relaxed.
... in borrowed shells, tiny bits of driftwood, a few jellyfish, and one big mess of wire that caught all kinds of seaweed. The waves in the sand were really interesting and the whole landscape was quite magical in the late afternoon sun. A pointed to a shell and asked "Nagypapa, who put that there?"
A had stayed home to tend to his simmering pasta sauce, and when we got back, we found a lovely dinner of pasta and salad awaiting us. The boys took a ...
Driving into town yesterday, we passed what appeared to be a pond that was covered in hundreds of thousands of tiny red balls. CRANBERRYS! We journey back today to find that the crews had arrived and were harvesting them. Cranberries are typically harvested in the fall when the fruit takes on its distinctive deep red color. This is usually in September through the first part ...
... breakwater can take anywhere between one to two hours. The rocks are not evenly laid so only those with sure footing should plan on the amble. It is also important to check the tide’s schedule before crossing the breakwater because from time to time the harbor’s water rises above the rock passage. We arrive as the high tide mark has passed and the waters are receding.
Yes, this ...