Since I don’t travel full-time, I figured that instead of doing a monthly recap, I would recap each of my trips following the full posts. These recaps will contain highs, lows, logistics, funny anecdotes, pictures, etc. that I likely didn’t include in the full posts.
Without further ado, my Nova Scotia trip!
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I have a bit of an obsession, and that happens to be with all things Scottish. Luckily, my mother and some of my family shares my passion, so with that in mind we made sure one of our days was spent at the Highland Games!
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The peaks of the hills and the swells of the coastal waves make the Cabot Trail seem like a bit of a heaven on earth. This trail is one of the most beautiful in Canada, and an absolute recommendation from yours truly. If you intend to see it, my best advice is to plan for at least three days, in order to see everything. Even that might not be enough time. Our plan? To see as much as we could in one day.
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Do you ever close your eyes and imagine the world the way it used to be? Do you ever wonder what people did during their day to day lives in times gone by… what their wardrobe consisted of, what they worried about, or how they interacted with other people? If you’re anything like me, it’s a somewhat frequent and exciting topic to think about.
If you’ve ever wondered specifically what an 18th century French-built Canadian fortress would have been like, there’s a place for you!
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Moment of truth – this post is almost solely because I had a few pictures I wanted to share of our drive between Antigonish and New Waterford that unfortunately do not fit naturally into one of my already-planned posts. The drive was just so stunningly beautiful that I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share some pictures!
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