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Raasay #day14 #365days

True to form, my #365days blogging is not going so well. Climbed Dun Caan today after thinking about it for 12 years. My new trainers no longer have their Glasgow Ned shine. 217 more words


Things I've Learned About Hostels. Part Two.

About eight months ago I wrote a blog entitled “Things I’ve I learned About Hostels. Part One” in which I described all the things that can and probably will occur when you resign yourself to life on the road and inevitably, the hostel life – the good, the bad and the downright disgustingly ugly. 1,349 more words


Halifax - with Ryan and Shane

Halifax is the capital of Nova-scotia and is the largest city of the province.Named after an Earl of Great Britain – George Montagu-Dunk, this is the best city to live in Canada by quality of life and the region provides the best of both worlds, urban convenience and Nature escape, all year round. 700 more words

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Day Ten - Just wandering around

I wasn’t working until 7pm today so we took a morning trip out to Summerside; the next biggest town in PEI.

Not too much going on but it was great having a wander around, enjoying the sunshine – while it was out – having the wind in my face while driving along and embracing that smell of summer! 32 more words

Day Five: Just like riding a bike 

I have to admit I was a little nervous coming back to the hostel and working here again after such a long absence and also coming in the middle of the season really. 520 more words

Day Four: Best Kind

While I was in Newfoundland I came across a wonderful saying when something is good or cool, ‘best kind’, they would say, not meaning literally the best kind but still. 482 more words

Day Three: Embracing The Nostalgia

Yesterday was my first day back at the hostel where I first found my love of hostelling, hospitality and where PEI truly came alive for me – HI Charlottetown Backpackers Inn, a definite home from home. 411 more words