This week has been the perfect storm of Maritime Canada – seafood, whales, boating, tides, Celtic heritage, and family. I have brought my parents with me on my latest travels in New Brunswick Canada. It’s always strange to get used to new travel companions, however my mom and dad are not new to me. I know all of their idiosyncrasies, their preferences, their annoying habits and they know mine. I’m not sure if this is a good thing or not! But so far we’ve been having a great time touring around this wonderful Atlantic Canada Province.
My week of New Brunswick Instagram goodness started in the capital city of Fredericton with a big dose of the Scottish heritage unique to the Maritime Provinces. Then we went to the famous Bay of Fundy to spend some time observing the highest tides in the world (changes of 30+ feet) in this unique environment. We got our sea legs out on the water and have spent every evening eating seafood feasts. My parents and I may not agree on many things – but we can all agree on seafood. The fresher the better and there is never such a thing as too much lobster. That why today we are spending our day in the little fishing village of Alma learning about the lobster fishing industry and stuffing our faces with the freshest catch around!
Next week we head to Prince Edward Island to continue our travels through Maritime Canada, and try our hand out on the sea fishing for our fill of seafood.
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Disclosure: I was invited to enjoy New Brunswick by Tourism New Brunswick. However all the opinions expressed her are solely my own!