Thursday, 16 July 2009

Bye Cape Breton.

We leave the farm tomorrow morning, by means of a 14-hour bus ride to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. I am very excited about our stay in Charlottetown, it's one of the places I've wanted to visit since before we came to Canada. We'll also be meeting up with Bodeene, who I haven't seen in over two years, and will mark the first of the many reunions that will occur during the next month.

The farm's been lovely. Fun, educational and inspiring. We went out on Saturday around the island, and it's so beautiful. I can't wait to get into a land of better internet so I can post photos. We drank cider on the beach and ate a good ice-cream. The weather has been lovely for the last ten days or so. In a week's time, Natasha arrives for our Quebec/Montreal/Ottawa adventure! And two weeks after that, we go home, and have to live real, grown-up lives. Seamus is very pessimistic about the future of international airlines (we've been reading and watching a lot about the oil crisis since we've been here), so who knows...maybe this is our FINAL long-distance adventure? Probably not, though. Let's go to China!

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