We are a little off track today in Halifax because we had to skip two ports due to bad weather. When we tender in a port the conditions have to be just right or it becomes too dangerous. We had swells up to 12 feet and gale force winds at 50 knots. All the guests on board were turning green. I took a little video of the rough conditions yesterday. I'm on deck 3 and the water shouldn't really ever been touching my window.
So today we are back in Halifax a day early. So far of all the Canadian ports I've really enjoyed Quebec City the most. I like the old town feel and how everything looked European. There was a lot of nice shopping and great food. The whole city is perched on a hill around a giant hotel and all the changing colored leaves.
They have a lot of shops there that sell furs and leather and I found a really pretty dream catcher that I liked. I hung it in my room in front of the window and fell asleep to the most terrifying dream I've ever had. I was sitting in front of a ticking bomb and the code to disarm it was the password from the internet at Starbucks earlier that day and I couldn't remember it exactly. I tried to run at the last minute but it exploded and I felt everything until I woke up in a huge gasping breath. I thought it might be a fluke until the next night when I fell fast asleep to a dream about a long lost twin sister who was trying to kill me and steal my identity. My dream catcher is broken.
Sassy ginger from NH off traveling the world.