St. John’s, Newfoundland is a Feast for the Eyes

Colourful row of houses in St

an image of a ship docked in St. John's harbour, Newfoundland, Canada

Maritime weather might be foggy and rainy, more likely freezing with severe Nor’westers and dastardly blizzards in winter, but everyone agrees that St. John’s, Newfoundland is a feast for the eyes despite the climactic conditions.  Colourful facades light up any day no matter the time of year. Read more

We felt right at home in Dunmore East in Ireland

houses sitting along shoreline at dunmore east in county waterford - ireland

After leaving the Waterford Crystal Factory, Bob and I did some hasty research and selected Dunmore East (Irish: An Dun Mor Thoir) , a small fishing village south of Waterford in Ireland, as a likely destination that seemed of interest.  When we pulled into the sleepy community, it immediately had us feeling right at home. Read more