Culinary Adventures: New Glasgow Lobster Suppers in Prince Edward Island

Lobster

Prince Edward Island is well known for its red-sand beaches, the loveable Anne of Green Gables, and of course PEI potatoes and mussels. But if there’s one thing you can’t miss while visiting Canada’s smallest province, it’s indulging in a lobster supper. The very first lobster supper took place in the town of New Glasgow […]

Things To Do In and Around Moncton, New Brunswick

Things to Do in and Around Moncton

Moncton is the largest city by population in New Brunswick, and due to its central position in the maritime provinces, has developed into a significant hub for the surrounding area. Moncton has a particularly strong and diversified economy, making it a great city to find work and spend hard earned dollars. As such, Moncton’s options […]

Tristan’s Trip Report – Week 9

Hiking trails in Gros Morne National Park

Aug. 22nd, 2016 (Day 57) From: Gander, N.L. To: Springdale, N.L. Activities: Touring Gander with old friends Stayed: Indian Brook River B&B Unfortunately, there were no exploding cherry tomatoes at the Mystic restaurant’s breakfast buffet this morning. Apparently too much fun was had last week and guests complained that it ruined the mystique of the […]

Tristan’s Trip Report – Week 6

Cabot-Trail

Aug. 1st, 2016 (Day 36) From: New Glasgow, N.S. To: Grand River, N.S. (Cape Breton) Activities: Exploring Guysborough, Causeway to Cape Breton Stayed: Barb and Ron’s, Friend’s summer home Woke up, continental breakfast… frog and toad… blah blah blah. We met our friend Mariellen (BreatheDreamGo) in Guysborough, and learned all about the revitalization happening in […]