This is another post about my time in Canada. Check the other one out here. I just spent eight days there even though that’s the time where my host family lives. Five out of these eight days I spent job shadowing in a child care center which was such a cool experience. As you can see I like to try new and crazy things even when they are really simple, haha. I just spend eight days in Lunenburg because as mentioned in the post about my lovely time we were on the road a lot. They really cared about me having a super great time and they wanted to me to see as much as possible of the east of this wonderful country. So I met so many wonderful, wonderful people there, which I’m the most grateful for. That’s what’s gonna stay forever… I And I definitely have to go there and visit them again! All these pictures are taken in Lunenburg. Or in the Atlantic Ocean before. But I’ve also been to cities like Charlottetown in New Brunswick or if been on the wonderful P.E.I’s (Prince Edwerad Ilsands). On the port in Lunenburg, which is a fisherman’s port, they are offering whale watching in the bay before Lunenburg. We r didn’t saw any whales but we spotted seals. And a sea turtle. but I Haven’t taken a picture of that because I know that it is gonna disappear really fast and I just wanted to enjoy the moment without having my for cellphone in front of me. So I did keep but in my heart. the sea turtle was sooo big. Almost as big as a whale, haha. Lunenburg actually is a fisherman town. There are still a lot of habitats which are doing this for a living. The houses are all simple, build out of wood, and colorful. I love this town, so so much! It’s so wonderful and the people there are so handsome in general. It’s so cute there. And it’s even so beautiful and wonderful that its UNESCO world heritage. I didn’t take many photos of the town itself because same with the turtle I just tried to enjoy it with my heart. But you have to google it!;-) Not just for the pictures I also recommend to read the Wikipedia article.;-) Yeah, I know mostly they are boring but this town has an interesting history. Just one thing I’ll tell you: It was founded by swiss and germans. In Germany, there is a town called Lüneburg, after which this town was named…


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8 responses to “Lunenburg”

  1. Laura says:

    Wow, nice story about that day there and the place, in love with traveling.

    Have a nice day!

  2. Ellie says:

    Well, it has been more than one day…
    But yeah, I’m absolutely in love with traveling over all and I’m especially in love with this place!<3
    Have a wonderful day too!;-)

  3. Dianne Tho says:

    Awww, what a pretty place, that looks perfect!

  4. Ellie says:

    It is pretty, yes!<3

  5. Oh memories! We had a different view there via Peggy’s Cove but it was such a pretty place. It was a bit more overcast when we visited too.

  6. Ellie says:

    That’s what you have to take, haha.
    It’s right next to the Atlantic so weather changes a lot.
    Sadly a lot of times to foggy, cloudy and windy.

  7. I really have to visit Canada one day. I’ve heard from Lunenburg and Nova Scotia. Classic photo from the boat with the Canada flag. Like it!

  8. Ellie says:

    Oh yes, you have too!;-)
    It's such a beautiful country! I totally fell in love with it!
    If you have any questions feel free to reach back to me!;-)
    Have a picturesque day, hugs Ellie!