Newfoundland. That faraway Canadian province, the place of legend. Newfoundlanders are known for their hospitality, and we came expecting to encounter that. But what struck my family and I, as we spent close to a month traveling across much of the province, was that the landscape was far more diverse and beautiful than the simple, stereotypical view we had in our minds (re: fishing villages). (By Dave Brosha)
Newfoundland Hospitality - A land of spirit, beauty, and undeniable hospitality (via David Brosha)
Moose, Anyone? In Newfoundland, Food Both Rustic and Sophisticated (via The New York Times)
We love to explore Newfoundland and Labrador and we're always excited when CFA's (come from away) also get to experie...
The best island you’ll ever visit requires mittens (via New York Post)
To Newfoundlanders and other denizens of Atlantic Canada, I’m a “come from away.” The term — popularized as the title...
A Guide to Newfoundland: A Rugged, Remote Foodie Haven (via Vogue)
“It’s a rugged remoteness. The glacial-swept highlands conjure up fairy tales, the mighty fjords breed a difficulty o...