Day 748 St Andrews & A Giant Brick

We slept in.  I’d already achieved my New Brunswick goals of walking on the floor of the Bay of Fundy but Dan was keen to get to St Andrews for a whale watching tour.  The tours are at 10 am, 1 pm and 4 pm.  We didn’t wake up until 10 am.  We checked out of the Algonquin and Dan drove us down to Water St, where we went to book seats on a  boat tour, then find breakfast.  There was one seat left on the boat tour Dan had wanted to join (woo hoo!  I did not try to hide my glee that I didn’t have spend two hours getting seasick in cold wind in the hopes of watching yet another aquatic animal possibly swim by) so he bought the ticket.  Nowhere was serving breakfast; it was almost lunch but too early to actually buy lunch.  We were starving.  We ended up buying noodles at the Asian fusion place, and 2 hours later started an afternoon of stomach  cramps that made me reconsider ever eating noodles again.

We drove back to Moncton via a Giant Brick, which is just a giant brick in the verge in front of a commercial building in St John.

 

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