Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
09.09.2007 - 09.09.2007 23 °C
After a great recharging of the batteries, I decided to take a drive to the east end of the island and check out the countryside, shoreline and lighthouses.
You know, at first I was getting tired of saying “Hi, my name is Rodger…I’m a tourist.”
But, I’m starting to get used to this gig.
Also, you’ll hear this a lot in Canada…“Aboot, 300 meters up the road, turn left, take a right after three streets, then a left on King, I think”.
First of all...what is this meter stuff? They don’t give you specifics and when they’re done explaining the directions, they go “eh”…like I’m supposed to know EXACTLY where the hell they’re talking about…It’s all good though…in fact, I love ‘em. They are Canadians after all, eh!
Anyhow, the trip around the east side of the island was very scenic with the small communities, farms and lighthouses. There’s a photo of the ocean side in the gallery.