St. John's, Newfoundland - the capital of the island

That's how, or at least something like that, I had imagined St. John's. The capital of Newfoundland with around 100 inhabitants is the largest city on the rock, "the Rock", as the Newfoundlanders affectionately call their island. It is a little bigger than I had thought, but downtown, the core of the city, extends [...]

Newfoundland blogs for travel preparation

I am in the process of gathering information for my upcoming trip to Newfoundland, Canada, and I realize that it is not that easy. Travel guide, do you say? Well, there aren't very many of them. This is certainly due to the fact that Newfoundland is not exactly one of the main travel destinations in the world. Newfoundland is a region in [...]

On Freedom Road through the Canadian wilderness to Labrador

It is comparable to well-known wilderness routes such as the Alaska Highway, the Top of the World Highway or the Dempster Highway in northwest Canada - the Freedom Road, which connects Baie Comeau in Quebec with Churchill Falls in Labrador. The difference is that it is - at least - more pristine than the well-known wilderness highways [...]

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