The Canadian island of Newfoundland lures visitors to North America's easternmost point, where they fall head over heels.
Photo: Michael Hanson
I'm lured into Newfoundland Chocolate Company by the smell of still-warm sugar. Playful gobs of fake chocolate are suspended from the ceiling at Newfoundland Chocolate Company, and beautifully wrapped boxes of sweets, including the signature truffles, are displayed throughout the store. Each handmade treat is one of a kind, molded by a company chocolatier. I sample a tartly sweet black currant truffle before giving in and buying two boxes.