I’m still dreaming of the quaint, rustic fishing villages we visited from Lunenburg to Peggy’s Cove in Nova Scotia last month. It was so relaxing to sit on my balcony, gaze out over the small fleet of fishing boats and wander down to the wharf and watch the fishing boats head out in the early morning and return later in the day to unload catches of crab, lobster, scallops and many other types of seafood.
These quaint towns and sleepy fishing villages are wonderfully weather worn to a varying degree. Even spanning hundreds of years and despite hordes of visitors, each town retains its own individual character. To the north, Tantallon, French Village and Fox Pointe are more populated, especially in the summer, with plenty of locally owned restaurants, bars and shops. And then to the south, on Mahone Bay to Blue Rocks, a bevy of quaint, neatly isolated towns sit nestled right along the ocean. In Nova Scotia one road leads to them all.
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