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You’ve been patiently waiting to hear where our Group Tour for 2020 is going to. Well, we have been able to put together this fantastic cruise up the coast of Norway, visiting the magnificent fjords along the way and “Into the Mid Night Sun”. We then return down through some islands of Scotland and end in London. To be sure of being on board and for further information, contact Lyn NOW at 0418 185 850 or email for full details to email@example.com #greynomads
The next Oberammergau Passion Play is to be held in 2020. Grey Nomads Travel and Cruise is currently negotiating with Albatross Tours and Viking Cruises, a group tour to Europe followed with a cruise up the coast of Norway and back to London, with Oberammergau as an added option. To take advantage of preferential seating at the play, please email your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org to register and also receive a $100 per person discount on the tour.
We had booked a kayak cruise in the Parc National du Saguenay Interpretative Centre, which was preceded by a one-hour drive through the colourful countryside in a disused school bus.
Charlottetown is the main town on Prince Edward Island (PEI). There are between 35-36,000 people in Charlottetown that has 35 churches. PEI has 308 churches so they must have been a very sinful people at some stage.
Sydney, Canada was our next stop. There is no fabulous harbour like the Sydney of Australia. There is no opera house, no grand habour bridge and no skyscrapers. This Sydney is just a little village that ‘closes down’ for the icy cold winter for 7-8 months of the year.
Halifax has lots of history to do with the setting up of the country by the British and the wars and take-over bids for various parts of the ‘colonies’ of the day. There are many types of parkland, we notice, and after the 3-hour city tour and walk around the Fort George Garrison Grounds, we make a beeline back to where we noticed the Botanical Gardens.
Bar Harbour! Sounds interesting but then, it is tucked away in the Maine State of the far North East of the USA away from the mainstream touristy areas, so not much is ever heard of Bar Harbour in Australia.
After a full day at sea, we arrive into Boston early in the morning for a ‘duck tour’ of the city. What’s a “duck tour” you ask?
I’ve never sat at breakfast looking out at a scene of neon lights and flashing video. This morning, we did. Before us was the end of yesterday or was it the beginning of today; I’m not really sure, as this city seamlessly joins each day with colour, business, noise, and people so well.