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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.
... this street had been renamed:
This unfortunate wharf was loved too much:
This town was named when a Frenchmen hit his thumb with a hammer:
Here is a street that everyone would want to ...
... to Summerside and got Chinese take-out for lunch. We came back to our motel and ate our beef with snow pea pods and scones (I assume we were the first and possibly last humans to combine these two into one meal).
We then headed out for an afternoon and evening on the town - Charlottetown, that is - the capital of PEI. Charlottetown has about 65,000 people or a little under half the population of all of ...
... Anne dyed her hair green. It was certainly green, and had to be cut off. During the day, we also had a chance to dress up as Anne! (My dad dressed up as Matthew). We put on a green dress, and a straw hat with red braids, and sat in the buggy, and then on the train station bench. It was fun to look and feel at least a little bit like Anne! After this we had lunch. We drove down the road a bit to the nearest Tim Hortons. There is one of these ...