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Easter Weekend Holiday At Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada

It was a beautiful long weekend with a bit of favourable weather that permitted outdoor fun. Spring is upon us *dancing*. It was nice to visit Peggy’s Cove again, we went for the first time in August 2016, during summer. It wasn’t a bad experience in spring.

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Hope you all had a nice and restful Easter holiday? Especially my Naija people.

For some reason Easter Monday isn’t a statutory holiday in Canada/Nova Scotia, just Good Friday (except for govt offices and schools) and I am like why can’t Canada be like Nigeria and give us all the different kind of holiday. They need to learn right? 😊

Kai! I miss all those Naija holidays o.

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My kids also went to see Easter bunny. I was told Nabeelah was scared of the Easter bunny. Coincidentally, she had a small bunny in her hand and even after her dad explained the Easter bunny was just the big version of the one she had in her hand, she was still scared. I blame her not, her own small bunny doesn’t talk or move but this big bunny was talking and moving so I am sure she would have been wondering what was going on 😀

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More about Peggy’s Cove:

‘Peggy’s Cove is a small rural community located on the eastern shore of St. Margarets Bay in Nova Scotia’s Halifax Regional Municipality, which is famous for the Peggys Point Lighthouse (established 1868).

From its inception, the community’s economy revolved around the fishery. However, tourism began to overtake fishing in economic importance following the Second World War. Today, Peggy’s Cove is a major tourist attraction, although its inhabitants still fish for lobster, and the community maintains a rustic undeveloped appearance. The regional municipality and the provincial government have strict land-use regulations in the vicinity of Peggy’s Cove, with most property development being prohibited. Similarly there are restrictions on who can live in the community to prevent inflation of property values for year-round residents.’

Source: Wikipedia

Do have a blessed and productive week.

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