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Maps of Newfoundland (NFL) and Labrador Pictures

Map of Newfoundland (NFL) and Labrador PicturesMap of Newfoundland (NFL) and Labrador Geography AreaMap of Newfoundland (NFL) and Labrador CitiesIs the name of the island of Newfoundland in Canada. The island is amid in the eastern Atlantic Ocean and...

Maps of Newfoundland (NFL) and Labrador Pictures

Map of Newfoundland (NFL) and Labrador PicturesMap of Newfoundland (NFL) and Labrador Geography AreaMap of Newfoundland (NFL) and Labrador CitiesIs the name of the island of Newfoundland in Canada. The island is amid in the eastern Atlantic Ocean and...

Aerial View of Signal Hill, Newfoundland

Signal Hill is a scenic hill that overlooks the city of St. John's in Newfoundland and Labrador. Cabot Tower situated on the highest point of Signal Hill was built between 1897-1900, to commemorate the 400th anniversary of John Cabot's (Giovanni Cabo...
by CanadianGIS on May 31, 2016

EVOO in the Courtyard 313-315 Water Street, St. John’s, NL

  When I think about the new restaurant in the courtyard at the Murray Premises, I think quaint, inviting, relaxing but especially “rustic chic”. This historic building is simply beautiful , the stone work and exposed beams are awe inspiri...
by Just a Foodie on Apr 22, 2016

Crooked Phil’s Café 125 Columbus Dr, Carbonear, NL

At first glance, especially in Newfoundland and Labrador, the word crooked denotes someone being cantankerous, irritable, crabby or cross. So when I noticed on Facebook that a restaurant called Crooked Phil’s Café had opened in nearby Carbonear, N...
by Just a Foodie on Apr 2, 2016

Exile, Jag Hotel , 115 George Street West St. John’s

What’s better than visiting a new restaurant and liking it? Visiting it again the next day and loving it!!! I had the opportunity to do just that this past week. Of course we all have various restaurants on our bucket list locally and abroad,...
by Just a Foodie on Mar 6, 2016

Seabird Sightings in Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Reserve

Did you ever wake up with this urge to see 11,000 gannets? Well, that’s apparently how many there are at Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Reserve here in Newfoundland. At the tip of a peninsula that juts out into the frigid Atlantic, this ecolo...
by Marie Away on Aug 12, 2015

Explore Newfoundland’s Eastport Peninsula [video post]

There’s nothing like a good national park that’s only a three-hour drive away. This past weekend, Tim and I took advantage of the proximity and camped for two nights in Terra Nova National Park. It may not be Newfoundland’s biggest...
by Marie Away on Aug 6, 2015

3 Reasons Why I Failed My First Thru-Hike

If you read my blog or subscribe to my email list, you might know that I have been planning to thru-hike the East Coast Trail (a combined 260+ km of trail with varying levels of development and maintenance along the eastern coast of Newfoundland̵...
by Marie Away on Jul 30, 2015

On the Trails to Two Historic Sites in Newfoundland

Newfoundland may not be the most popular island out there to visit, but it does have some unique history that makes it stand out within North America. The highlights include a capital city that touts itself as the “Oldest City in North America...
by Marie Away on Jul 24, 2015

Night Terrors

Nightmares are the stuff dreams are made of. Or maybe I’ve got that the wrong way around. Having grown up subject to frequent nightmares, I still occasionally have them. I suppose it is easy enough to assume someone who reads … Continue readi...

Gooseberry Cove: A Day at the Beach in Newfoundland

Newfoundland is known for many things: rough craggy coastlines and untouched boreal forests, a rich history and unique culture that stands out among Canadian provinces. Its beaches? Not so much. Just to clarify: the Gooseberry Cove I am referring to...
by Marie Away on Jul 13, 2015

Walking on the Earth’s Mantle in Newfoundland

Once upon a time, the continents of Africa and North America got up close and personal with one another. So close, in fact, that they collided, forcing the earth’s mantle to push up through the crust and form a bare red mountain landscape that...
by Marie Away on Jul 7, 2015

St Johns – Newfoundland

St Johns is the capital of the province Newfoundland and Labrador. Newfoundland is the easternmost province of Canada and for millennia settlement area for various ethnic groups. The earliest known settlers were maritime archaic Indians, approx. 8000...
by Travel Video Blog on Jun 25, 2015

St Johns

St Johns is the capital of the province Newfoundland and Labrador. Newfoundland is the easternmost province of Canada and for millennia settlement area for various ethnic groups. The earliest known settlers were maritime archaic Indians, approx. 8000...
by Travel Video Blog on Jun 25, 2015

When should I go hiking in Canada?

As the second-largest country in the world (geographically), and with a population of just 35-million, Canada has a lot of open space. Given its size, it’s also incredibly diverse. Canada has an enormous offering of hiking options, and hiking...
by Marie Away on Jun 22, 2015

My City St. John’s, Canada – An Interview With Candice

#MYCITY: LOCALS INTRODUCE THEIR CITY. In today’s MYCITY interview Candice from “Candice Does The World” introduces St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Send me an email when you’d like to present your city. N...
by Universal Traveller on Jun 21, 2015

Why you should always know where you’re going

A few years ago, I went for a hike. An innocent Sunday hike that my friend described as “Five-ish hours.” Five-ish hours was a lot for me back then, admittedly. I came from a place where “hiking” wasn’t really a thing. P...
by Marie Away on Jun 11, 2015

The Club Restaurant -223 Duckworth St, St John’s, NL

I have many restaurants on my St. John’s bucket list, one of which is The Club. I have been hearing good things about it for a couple years now and I finally had an opportunity to check the place out during lunch.  Upon arrival we were greeted by...
by Just a Foodie on Apr 20, 2015

10 National Parks to Add to your bucket list

Somewhere along the way, I became somewhat of a national park collector. That’s not to say that I’m opposed to other parks: state, provincial, municipal. But, I know that national parks are a reliable bet for sampling the-best-of-the-bes...
by Marie Away on Apr 7, 2015


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