Sorry for jumping around with the posts lately. Excuse me as I, again, cut short the European series, with the updates on my most-recent travel to the Canadian East Coast.
About 2 summers ago, my friend, Vanessa, and I, briefly talked about how cool it would be to do a road-trip around the Canadian Maritime. Time, being the most elusive thing on earth, came and went yet the idea remains just that: an idea. Then, in the spring of this year, something changed (more like, Air Canada had a seat sale) and the wheels started to turn. Before we knew it, companions gathered, flights booked, itinerary created, and we were on our way to the lands of seafood and salty air. We flew into Moncton, New Brunswick, rented a car, and drove around. Here is a quick recap of how those six days went.
The rough itinerary: Moncton – Charlottetown – Cape Breton Island – Halifax – Saint John – Moncton.
Best & Worst
To sum it up, it was ruggedly beautiful, kind of rough, yet very, very charming at the same time.