Newfoundland is a huge rock in the North Atlantic Ocean off the east coast of Canada. It’s so unlike the rest of the country, however, it may as well be the moon. Here are seven things that turn an island visit into an out-of-the-ordinary encounter.
A tiny, isolated town on Newfoundland’s rugged northern coast, Botwood claims a bold place in aviation history as the North American terminus for the first transatlantic flights. Now the historic town offers visitors an up close look at the curious ‘flying boats’ that made transatlantic air travel possible.