While gazing at my North America map yesterday, it struckme I've never been to many parts of Canada. I always thought, as I grew up on a border town, I knew enough of Canada I'd seen it all… but really, there is so much more to uncover and discover
I want to venture to the atlantic provinces.
The Atlantic provinces are five very unique provinces: The maritimes- Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland and Labrador.
The maritimes were settled by the Irish, whose influence is everywhere. (From looking at the landscape, I wonder why the Irish people chose this new home…)
In Newfoundland lies an amazing Viking settlement I must go see. L'Anse aux Meadows dates back to 1000 a.d.