Like many Newfoundland Canadian jet setters, you may be thinking hard about upcoming international vacation travel plans if your itinerary is taking you close to
If you like Rock Climbing you’ll be pleased to know there are some great outdoor venues available in and around the St. John’s Newfoundland area.
Airbnb has revolutionized the short term accommodations market. Long gone are the oligopoly days, replaced by a plethora of choices for the discerning consumer. When it comes to vacation rentals and short term accommodations, the consumer has never had more options to choose from.
1: IT’S HARD TO PARK IN DOWNTOWN ST. JOHN’S A day trip to the capital city of St John’s is always fun. There are great
Airplanes are great, but no matter where your destination is, delays and cancellations are a reality of air travel. It’s always a let down when your flight is delayed. After all, the reason why you chose to fly is that you want to get to your destination faster and in the easiest possible way.
Why vacation in Colourful Newfoundland? You may be wondering the same thing. If you’ve never been to Newfoundland and know little about this place, it’s easy to miss the point. Maybe you’re a sun and sand destination traveller, or maybe you’ve been to every Canadian province except for Newfoundland. Either way, if you’ve never been here it may be hard to believe in magic. Some say Newfoundland is in the middle of nowhere, but that’s a matter of perspective. Just take a look at a map and see where Newfoundland Canada is. One can easily say Newfoundland is in the middle of everything.
This classic route around the Avalon Peninsula clocks in at about 200 miles. Sampling a small piece of it, Lindsey realized she’d probably need a couple days to do it right. “My definition of a good driving tour for photos? Pulling over to the side of the road every five minutes for photos, which I totally did on the Irish Loop,” she says. “There are so many epic photo-ops: winding roads, wildlife, rivers, lakes, mountains, cliffs, islands, lighthouses, kooky souvenir shops—you name it. My advice for fellow photographers doing the loop: Bring a picnic, an extra camera battery, and if you’re traveling with someone else, make sure they’re really patient.”