...and on the second day, we explored.
My sister has decided to visit all of the lighthouses on Prince Edward Island (...I think that sums up to 63?) before the end of the summer. So, on Saturday we joined her on the trip to numbers 9 and 10 on the eastern point of the Island. The hour drive was filled with gorgeous scenery and lots of loud singing coming from both me and my sister.
Before we headed to the first destination, only minutes down the road, we went to the most amazing little restaurant. At first glance it looks like any other house, but the food was incredible. If you are in PEI, visit 21 Breakwater...it won't disappoint!
I am absolutely terrified of heights, so climbing up flights of winding stairs was not my idea of fun. Although, the views I got from the top were well worth it.
By the time we arrived back in Charlottetown, we were exhausted and extremely hungry. Thankfully, my sister had invited a few friends over and one was bringing lobster!
Being born and raised in the Maritimes means I should definitely have tried lobster before the age of twenty-two, right? Wrong. I usually stick to clams and scallops. So, this was a definite day of firsts. Unfortunately, I am not a big fan and the fishy taste was far too much for me, but cracking open the lobster and searching for meat was entertaining to say the least!
It was another exciting day on the island and one I won't forget anytime soon.