Wind chimes made of wood or metal are the stars at the Whirligig Festival in Shelburne, Nova Scotia. You are made by yourself. The best are awarded every year. You can also buy them there. If you don't want to take them with you, you can buy some here.
Fish and other seafood dominate the Newfoundland's diet. But there was also other things to discover. Fruits with unknown names. Exceptionally prepared and prepared fish species. Game, which is rarely seen on the menu in other regions of Canada, let alone in the supermarket. The cuisine of Newfoundland has it all!
Storyteller marketing in Newfoundland and Labrador has a long tradition. Whether in storyteller events, at parties with friends or in literature - the Newfoundlanders tell stories. Willingly. Inventive. Adventurous. Newfoundland is made for stories of all kinds:
The Iceberg Beer from Newfoundland tastes great! I'm usually more of a wine drinker. But in Newfoundland I was taught otherwise, because there is a beer there that you won't find anywhere else in the world: the Iceberg Beer from the Quidi Vidi Brewery in St. John's Newfoundland. Making beer from iceberg water is a great idea! The[…]
A garden can hardly be more varied than the Tangled Gardens in Nova Scotia: we walk through a herb garden in which well-known and unknown types of herbs sprout abundantly. It looks a little wild, but it is still unmistakable that there is a clever helping hand behind it.
Don't miss St John's Market New Brunswick St John's Market is lively, with vendors loudly touting their wares, ranging from seafood of all varieties including delicious Bay of Fundy lobster to fruit and vegetables from the Bay of Fundy Region, meats and cheeses from all over the world[…]
The historic Rossmount Inn near Saint-Andrews-by-the-Sea with its 18 rooms spread over three floors is located at the base of Chamcook Mountain in New Brunswick. It offers views of Minister's Island and Passamaquoddy Bay and excellent cuisine in its restaurant.
How to Eat New Brunswick Style Lobster Eating lobster is part of every trip through Atlantic Canada. If you don't try it at least once, you can't say that you've got to know this region. Because lobster is a staple food in the Atlantic regions of Canada. On Prince Edward Island, it was once the “poor people's meal”. You used to have it there [...]
Slow Food in Canada: You can get crabs, lobster, caviar and salmon from the neighbors A slow food menu in New Brunswick reads like a who's who of the most delicious seafood specialties that the Atlantic coast in Canada has to offer: there are crabs, lobsters , Caviar and salmon - fresh or smoked - on the table. [...]
A lonely island in the Atlantic? There is refreshing wind blowing in from the sea and lighthouses appearing like a mirage out of the fine morning mist in the distance until the sun has gained strength enough to burn away the last remnants of the morning fog. Miscou Island in New Brunswick is all this and more.