7 Must-See Attractions in Prince Edward Island - Frugal Mom Eh!
7 Must-See Attractions in Prince Edward Island whether travelling solo or on a family travel vacation in Canada!
101 Things to Do in Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island...the land of red dirt, potatoes, and of course, Anne of Green Gables. Canada's smallest province may be small in size but not in fun. I want to help you get a little red dirt between your toes this summer, so I've pulled together this fun (and completely unordered) list of things to do in PEI. What will you start with?
Top 10 Bird's Eye Views of PEI
There is something magical about seeing PEI from the air, even before you step off the plane at the Charlottetown Airport. With a bird's eye view, til
Newfoundland Figgy Duff - a generations old tradition.
Newfoundland Figgy Duff has nothing to do with figs; raisins were once referred to as figs here & are always added to this traditional steamed pudding.
Butter Tarts | Blue Jean Chef - Meredith Laurence
Butter Tarts are a Canadian favorite! They are a gooey sweet treat that is beloved by everyone that has had one. It is amazing they are only popular in Canada! Once you tried these you will go back for more! From Comfortable in the Kitchen by Meredith Laurence
A guide to a Prince Edward Island PEI Road Trip in Maritime Canada
Prince Edward Island is the smallest of the Canadian Provinces, however what it lacks in size, it makes up for in grandeur, making a PEI road trip quite...
The Best Restaurants in PEI - Hecktic Travels
We ate our way around the province for two weeks, and have this blog post about the best restaurants in PEI (plus a few extra pounds) to show for it.
14 Prince Edward Island Experiences To Add To Your Bucket List
Get your pen and paper ready. Prince Edward Island has a summer of relaxation, discovery, and unforgettable memories waiting for you.
Lighthouses of Prince Edward Island - Lighthouse Map
For centuries, lighthouses have been symbols of hope, safety and refuge. Nowhere is their presence more valued than on Prince Edward Island. Strategically located along the sandy beaches, or standing sentinel atop high red cliffs, there are approximately forty-five beacons (lighthouses) still guiding mariners away from dangerous reefs and into safe harbours. At present there are seven lighthouses on Prince Edward Island open to the public. Visitors can climb right into their Lantern Rooms…