The Best of Newfoundland
The Canadian island of Newfoundland lures visitors to North America's easternmost point, where they fall head over heels.
Newfound Love"Now close your eyes and pucker up," the bartender tells me. Usually I require dinner and drinks before such a request, but when in Rome—or, in this case, Newfoundland—do as the Newfies do.
I squeeze my eyes shut and feel a damp, cool sensation brush across my lower lip. The bar erupts with cheers as a man holding a large fish moves on to another patron, and I down the Screech rum shot he's just put in front of me. I'm sitting in Christian's, a small, wood-paneled tavern in the capital city of St. John's, where the Newfies (locals) are sandwiched around the bar like sardines.
Pictured: Brightly colored homes dot the rugged coastline south of Newfoundland's capital city of St. John's.