Today is a continuation of last week’s adventure in Prince Edward Island, starting with our second day there. It was our only full day there and we managed to drive all over the island and see lots of local life. Since I have the tendency to take so many photos Day 2 will be broke up over the next 2 weeks. I am excited to show how beautiful the island is and today’s post has some shots of their capital Charlottetown and the countryside.
The start of the day was breakfast on the fire pit with me and Victor’s tent and the ocean in the background. It was freezing cold until dawn when it became insanely hot so none of us got a very good sleep.
We stopped a few times in between this to get ice cream and go a Salvation Army where I picked up some cute finds. This was the only antique store we went to (which made me really sad). It was probably the worst one I have been too, completely unorganized and smelt like horse manure. Haha.
Charlottetown! It was very small and filled with tourist it seemed. We weren’t really into it so after going to the harbor and walking downtown through some older neighborhoods we headed back into the car (we were also really hungery).
On the drive to the seafood resturant there was a sign promising smoke salmon and other smoked treat and it lured us down this road…and it was closed on Saturdays. Noo! But we did pass by this amazing barn.
Some food porn for you: Victor’s 1 ½ pound lobster and my fresh salmon. And most importantly dessert!! I got a total of 2 pies and 1 piece of cake – I wish I could have had more because they were amazing.
That’s the end for today. I think 50 photos is a lot. Next week will be the later half of our day which is going to involve lighthouses, beaches, sunsets and silliness.