Mission impossible with baby Isaac!
Playpen, car seat, folding baby chair, stroller, favourite cuddly toys, clothes, diaper bag, insulated bag for baby food.... and maybe some room left for some of mummy and daddy's own clothes.
We're back from a week in Newfoundland. A week is never enough, is it? St John's claims to be the oldest city in North America. The earliest reference is to São João on a Portuguese map in 1519.
The Cabot Tower stands as a sentinel on Signal Hill, overlooking The Narrows, the entrance to St John's sheltered harbour. The main downtown street is Water Street, calling itself the oldest street in North America, bustling with shops and restaurants.
Water Street and Duckworth Street are two of the few level streets in the downtown area. The city is built on steep hilly land and walking up and down the the maze of residential streets will certainly keep your legs in good shape.
St John's houses are typically painted in bright colours... think of your favourite colour and I guarantee that there's a house painted to match!
More to come.... keep checking in!