Travel Blogs from Cavendish
... colors dotted with barns and farmhouses.
The most distinct and unusual color here is the famous red dirt of PEI which creates spectacular contrasts when it borders the luscious green grasses and golden crops around it. Strangely enough, this laid back farming island with its red accents reminded us of the scenery in Uganda where the same colorful natural contrasts were ...
... Anne books - Lovers' Lane, the Haunted Woods - as well as the countryside - were based on real trails and woods in Cavendish, PEI.
Th Green Gables house itself is a quaint old house, pretty - but what I really liked were the trails behind the house - beautiful clover-filled meadows, apple trees, birch trees and wildflowers lined these trails.
LM Montgomery's home no longer stands, but the foundation remains.
The view from our campsite in the morning was just as spectacular as the view from the night before. We had a bit of a wet tent because of heavy dew, but other than that, we were in heaven. We had another lazy morning, and both had the opportunity to shower before we headed back on the road.
We continued north, towards North Cape and its lighthouse (the most northerly tip of PEI). The lighthouse was pretty, but the red cliffs that the lighthouse sat on ...
... infamous 'cows' no less
toured the island on both bikes... colors of ruby, emerald & sapphire at every turn
(perhaps i've been hanging around Anne too much)
... still remaining from my battle with the lawn, as so he offered me one of the five-course lobster dinners in the restaurant the following night to make up for missing the lobster boat outing. How could I refuse a free meal?
Being a hostess turned out to be another job I can cross off my list of career prospects, as I spent the majority of the evening standing around twiddling my thumbs whilst Jenny and a waiter handled the mass of twenty guests ...
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center