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Travel Blogs from Cavendish
... into the rain. We stayed at a nice man's place in Charlottetown due to the season. Every hostel was closed so make sure you go earlier or you can still book into B&Bs for a while. We took his advice and explored the east coast of the island so we could see the red sandy beaches, the white ones and more lighthouses :)
of things we only just squeezed under!
Quiet night tonight. Not taking in
a show, just happy hour, dinner and bed. Keith and John stayed up a little
longer to watch the ice sculpting and dessert extravaganza. Brought us a
chocolate coated strawberry back each. Not telling what they consumed while we
weren’t there! Nothing we are told. Yeah, yeah.
... It took a while just to scrub off that PEI red dirt! But they made a delicious meal.
Because we had such a low key day, I've decided to instead use this entry to mention some of the interesting place names we encountered in our travels. I wonder if the people who named these towns and areas were nipping a little too much on the potato vodka.
In Nova Scotia, we drove by this town. We heard they had the cleanest bulldogs in ...
... deposit our payment (cash only, of course). In case you are wondering, the story doesn't mercifully end here. The ticket booth lady actually overheard our conversation with the security guard and called us over. "No", she said. "Please pre-pay now because I leave at 9:00 before the play ends". I told her I wasn't sure when we would be leaving so how would we know what to pre-pay? She said, "Give me $4. That ...
... make a stop in Charlottetown and find our old apartment. Thankfully, my parents still had our address in their address book, and sent it by text…66 Spring Park Rd. We found it no problem, and it brought back so many memories. We recalled celebrating my 23rd birthday in the apartment, by renting a VCR and movies for the day! Yep, I said “renting” a VCR! :) We were always so busy kayaking and working, that for my birthday I just ...