My Day With Puffins in Elliston, Newfoundland
Seeing puffins in Elliston, Canada is unlike anything I've ever experienced. I highly recommend taking a trip here when visiting Newfoundland!
Weekend in St. John's Newfoundland with #FordEcoSport - Justin Plus Lauren
There's so much to see for a weekend in St. John's, Newfoundland! I travelled on an epic road trip around St. John's and the Avalon Peninsula with Ford EcoSport. This sporty SUV transported me along the coast to view stunning scenery and experience a wonderful 48 hours in the area. #FordEcoSport
Quidi Vidi ("The Gut"), Newfoundland
Quidi Vidi Village was an old fishing village, pronounced [ki dee vi dee], [kwi dee vi dee] or [kwy da vy da]. The reason for the dispute in pronuniciation is unknown because the origin of the name Quidi Vidi is unknown. Some say it comes from the French name Quidville. Some say it is Latin: que de vide or Italian: qui divide, meaning that which divides. There is also a legend that a woman by the name of Kitty Vitty lived in these parts, and she had a house of ill-repute, so it was named…
Newfoundland Part II: Bonavista Peninsula — Mallory Jemima Stanton
(This is a continuation of my Newfoundland Travel Guide. For St. John's and Fogo Island, check out my other two posts!) About 3 hours northwest of St. John's by car, the Bonavista Peninsula runs about 85 km (50-ish miles) long and is flanked by the Trinity Bay to the east and the Bonavista Bay to t
Hiking and Walking on the Bonavista Peninsula - Artisan Inn & Twine Loft | Trinity Vacations
The Bonavista Peninsula is a hikers paradise. The Artisan Inn in Trinity can serve as an excellent home base for those who wish to explore the various hikes and walks along the Discovery Trail. With a variety of coastal and inland trails rated from easy to difficult there is something for both walkers and hikers.
Artisan Inn and Vacation Home & Twine Loft Dining Trinity, Newfoundland
Book rooms, vacation homes, and fine dining in Trinity, Newfoundland. Explore our site to learn about activities and experiences in Trinity and the Bonavista Peninsula including whale watching, hiking trails, historic sites and live theatre.
Newfoundland Part III: Fogo Island — Mallory Jemima Stanton
The Fogo Island Inn. Where do I even begin? As mentioned in my earlier post, it was discovering the Inn on Instagram that inspired me to get myself to Newfoundland in the first place. Since last summer, it’s been written up by virtually every major travel authority and has topped several prestigious