The longest bridge in the world over freezing water spans the 13 km gap between New Brunswick and Canada’s smallest province- Prince Edward Island. This small chunk of flat red rock looks the picture of rural England with country roads crisscrossing potato farms and other agriculture. I have no idea what the locals spend their time doing (apart from eating seafood and potatoes) they must have the lowest blood pressure ever- it was a very relaxed island.
We spent our time visiting the many beaches and lighthouses on this island. One evening on a beach and we were surprised by the thousands of Canadian Geese migrating south. The local food was wonderful- even Steve enjoyed the seafood (and of course the odd potato)! This was the first spot (but not the last) in the Maritimes where we noticed that things flow to a different beat, maybe a more relaxed beat; this is an island that forces you to unwind.