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We’ve been on holiday with friends in Newfoundland and Labrador – the only Canadian province I hadn’t visited. And what a stunning place it is. The wild beauty of hills, fiords and small fishing villages, the romance of the sea and some of the most welcoming people ever encountered. Truly a gem as these photos attest.

Signal Hill St John's NFLD

Signal Hill St John’s NFLD

View from Signal Hill

View from Signal Hill

Whale watching off Avalon peninsula

Whale watching off Avalon peninsula

Pouch Cove

Portugal Cove

Pouch Cove

Pouch Cove

Western Brook Pond

Western Brook Pond

Western Brook Pond fiords

Western Brook Pond fiord

Baker's Brook Falls

Baker’s Brook Falls

Wildflowers - used to make tea

Wildflowers – used to make tea

Beach on a Gros Morne Park hike

Beach on a Gros Morne Park hike

Tablelands Gros Morne Park

Tablelands Gros Morne Park

Hiking friends

Hiking friends

Pitcher Plant

Pitcher Plant

Hubby and I on Tablelands hike Gros Morne Park

Hubby and I on Tablelands hike Gros Morne Park

Port au Choix

Port au Choix

Iceberg on crossing to Labrador

Iceberg on crossing to Labrador

More than 350 photos so far. But don’t take my word for it, come and visit!

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