The Wonderful World of Newfoundland’s Garrick Theatre On the website for Elizabeth J Cottages under Newfoundland Attractions you will see the write up for Newfoundland’s Garrick Theatre that finally after many years re-opened after much renovation.
Rescued by Newfoundlanders In my last blog I wrote about the warmth and kindness of Newfoundlanders. A prime example of this Newfoundland kindness came upon us when Glenn and I were driving with our three rescue dogs up by the … Continued
Newfoundland Kindness When Glenn and I first arrived in Bonavista Newfoundland we were called “Me darling”, “me love”, “yes maid” (pronounced mate), “yes my son” and “yes boy” (mostly to boys and men).
Very Highly Recommends Discovering Elizabeth J. Cottages one of the finest cottage accommodations in all of Newfoundland and Labrador.
The Nod – Newfoundland’s Greeting Aside from the Newfoundland accent, one of the most enduring parts of Newfoundland’s culture is the “Nod.”
The beauty of Fences here in Bonavista Newfoundland only came to my attention on a rainy day while walking our 3 dogs. I suddenly saw these historic fences in a completely different way because they were wet giving them all a deep brown color against the snow allowing me to see them as they really are versus the pale silvery color that makes them mostly invisible and unseen.
Elizabeth J. Cottages featured in the summer issue of Toro Magazine as 1 of the top 11 destinations in the world for honeymooners along side South Africa, Fiji, Portugal, Italy, Scotland, Spain as well as Vancouver, Alberta and Quebec. TORO … Continued
The 2005 Summer Issue of TORO MAGAZINE featured ELIZABETH J. COTTAGES Bonavista, Newfoundland and Labrador as one of the top 11 Destinations in the world for Honeymooners.