Canada’s East Coast is known for having the highest tides in the world. The Travel Guy finds a quaint picturesque harbour where the tide has receded, and walks on the sea bed. The tide rises and falls more than 12 metres (40 feet) every 12 hours.
Ride a tidal bore, and if you do not know what this is, you will soon find out. In this video, Frank, The Travel Guy explores Canada’s most iconic ship, the Bluenose, and visits with the 78th Highland Regiment in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he finally gets his question answered: What do soldiers really wear under their kilts ?
If you like canons blasting, quaint fishing villages, lobster meals, whale watching, cooking fish cakes, meeting great people, seeing spectacular scenery and much more…Nova Scotia is the right place to visit… when we are allowed to travel again!