Marije and I enjoyed a delicious breakfast in downtown St. John’s this morning, after which we walked to Quidi Vidi where we saw an iceberg roll over in the gut. Most of our afternoon was spent on the rough seas of Robin Hood Bay, where we saw some more icebergs and a bunch of Northern Gannets.

Marije cooling off in the breeze - Quidi Vidi

Marije cooling off in the breeze – Quidi Vidi

Sunny Battery - St. John's

Sunny Battery – St. John’s

Seeing icebergs from a boat - Robin Hood Bay

Seeing icebergs from a boat – Robin Hood Bay

The big flat iceberg in Robin Hood Bay is the Dorito shaped iceberg that drifted past the Narrows on the 25th of March, it ended up grounded in this bay and has been here for almost a month now.

Tabular iceberg in the fog - Robin Hood Bay

Tabular iceberg in the fog – Robin Hood Bay

After our boat trip we finished the day with an excellent supper at YellowBelly and now we’re back home again, enjoying the remaining time of our 15th anniversary weekend!