Today we docked in Halifax, Nova Scotia. I’ve been to Halifax a couple of times so I knew the lay of the land and what I wanted to do when I got there.
Leaving the Ship
Disembarkation started at 9 am, but I didn’t get off the ship until noon because I wanted the crowds to leave first and wanted to finish some work. The only time I can get blazing fast internet speeds is when the people are off the ship. So I worked in the Ocean Plaza for a couple of hours, and then made my way into Halifax.
Halifax is a very interesting port because you’re docked in the heart of town and are able to walk down the pier for what seems like miles (it’s realistically maybe a miles and a half).
After walking to the end of the pier (it ends at a Navy yard), I went and got a lobster roll and some bacon wrapped scallops at a place called Murphy’s. This place was a total tourist trap and the lobster roll was nothing like we’ve been eating all during the cruise, but I rolled with it. The Canadian do