From whale-watching on the shore of St. Vincent's and hiking Terra Nova to kissing the cod and catching greasy pigs at the largest garden party in the world, this essential volume explores the easternmost Canadian province. Highlighting the suggestions of table Newfoundlanders and Labradorians from across the island -- including comedian Mary Walsh, artist Brenda McLellan, Great Big Sea front man Alan Doyle, and Premier Danny Williams -- this guide supplies lists of all the secret places locals and tourists simply must discover. For lovers of Newfoundland and new visitors alike, this insider's view is an exceptional collection of the best-kept secrets that other guide can offer.
John MacIntyre is a journalist, a writer, and an editor. His work has appeared in the Globe and Mail, Montreal Gazette, and Canadian Lawyer, and he writes a syndicated column, Figuratively Speaking, which appears in more than 70 newspapers in the United States and Canada. He lives in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Janice Wells is a well-known Newfoundland and Labrador writer, a columnist for the Western Star.