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.