Travel Blogs from Cavendish
The weather was not great but not too bad either and cleared up during the day when we crossed the bridge over to New Brunswick and stopped at the fossil cliffs of Joggins. The tide was up so we could not look for fossils but the scenery was stunning anyways. From there it was about 2 hours to get back to Halifax.
... cab driver, Michael, who offered to take us on a
cross-island tour including Green Gables territory for $100. Sounded like a
good deal, so we took it. Saw some beautiful country side plus the Gables.
Absolutely picturesque. Most of the properties looked like movie sets. Gorgeous
Back in town after a few hours and
had lunch in a little local ...
... We found out that it leads to a beach infested with sand fleas.
And finally, we found our moose! However, he looks strangely familiar.
One more full day to come. We have to make it back to the Halifax airport by tomorrow night. But we're planning one more side trip before heading home.
... a parking garage should be a snap, right? (or "eh?" as our neighbors to the north would say). Unfortunately not. A security guard motioned us into the garage and showed us where to park. We did not have to pick up any ticket to get in. I asked the guard how payment worked. He told us to keep track of how long we parked. The fee, upon leaving, would be $1 an hour up to a maximum of $7. Wow! - a parking garage on ...
... here before, both our parents had come to visit and we took them to New Glasgow Lobster Supper. We decided to keep up tradition and take the kids there, too. It was fantastic! Kevin and I ate tons of mussels, and tried to get the kids to eat them, but no such luck. However, Meghan had her own lobster and loved it! The other two had chicken fingers, but thankfully did try to lobster and liked it.
Even though the day was getting on, we ...