The taxi journey was a bit surreal, once we got out of Bangor there was literally nothing for miles and miles! The roads were empty and just lined with trees as far as the eye could see, it was amazing scenery though, but felt soooo big!
Shadow Lawn Inn and it is a really lovely old building with very traditional decor. I was so in love with our room, it was huge, with a massive four poster bed, but the best bit were the little stairs down to a sunken bathroom, it was so lovely!
On the way back from the restaurant as a special treat we found a frozen yogurt shop, I was SO happy! I've never been in one of these before, and I was literally a kid in a candy store. Picking lots of crazy flavour combinations and ALL the sprinkles....
We hung out in the morning, playing with Alex, Mark's nephew, who was a bit over excited about being in the fancy hotel. Then we got ready for the ceremony which was later afternoon. The wedding was a very small family ceremony but it was lovely. I always get so emotional at weddings and have to fight back a little tear. The bride looked stunning!
The other place we got over excited about was Sobey's supermarket, isn't that just THE most Canadian sounding name? Lol! The header image above is my happy excited Sobey's face! So in the places we visited in Canada we always checked out the Tim Horton's and the Sobey's! They were both the same layout everywhere you went!
Their house was huge with loads of land. It was nice to hang out with Mark's family and we had a BBQ on their terrace.
We decided to go a few hours down the road to a place called Shediac, we had heard good things about this place and it didn't disappoint. Again it was pretty much a big busy long street with big shops either side but there were more shops, and a lot more to explore here. Plus the place is known for the beach, so we couldn't wait to check that out...
We were very disappointed (well I was!) not to see a wild moose on our many travels... so we went for a visit to a local wildlife park as I read they had one. So exciting!