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  • she sells seashells by the seashore she sells seashells by the seashore good

  • morning good morning guys greetings from the pack of my parents car yes are doing

  • a little road trip today yeah it's actually one of the hottest days of the

  • year there's a bit of a heatwave going on and it's meant to be like 40 degrees

  • today yeah so Sam's parents friends invited us to come to st. Martin's a

  • little seaside village that we've never been to before yeah it's on the Bay of

  • Fundy yeah this is cute little town there's a number of different things you

  • can do here I believe there's caves there's a there's a beach you can go for

  • a walk Fundy Trail Parkway on the trail and we might even partake in some of the delicious

  • looks cool there's chowder we know this lobster rolls yeah I mean

  • it's gonna be great we're just coming here to have a nice chill day that's

  • basically just a day trip with my parents with some family friends and

  • yeah we're gonna have a great time so let's see what we get up to you so

  • we're driving through the town out and we're visiting I had a bit of a special

  • time because it's we all town we always oh thanks all we I

  • guess basically the premise is that for anyone who's moved away it's a chance to

  • come back reconnect with the small town here from uh-huh and it seems like

  • almost I'd say like over half of the homes here are having garage sales this

  • weekend oh yeah so I mean you have people out and about like grabbing

  • different things like clothes old books furniture antiques I mean we might even

  • stop by a place if we have time but it's fascinating it it feels like you know

  • first Saturday morning at 10:00 in the morning it's a very lively and vibrant

  • community so far yeah and some beautiful homes as well so the first little pit

  • stop that I had was actually in a general store basically like a small

  • grocery stop and inside of this place you had all kinds of food you had

  • souvenirs some local products but what was really fascinating is that the store

  • was built in 1889 and according to our friend Joan it's only had three owners

  • over the years and from the outside I thought it was a church yeah like the

  • building looks like a church yeah the architecture is really neat and yeah

  • such a cool store so much character inside

  • well guys we have arrived at our very first stop of the day slippery boar at

  • the sea caves here in Saint Martins and we got very lucky because we did not

  • check the times for high tide low tide but we just happened to get here during

  • low tide which means we can walk into the caves we can walk on what's normally

  • covered by water and so much cooler here like in Fredericton today we're

  • expecting temperatures close to 40 degrees with the humidity and here it

  • must be like low to mid-20s there's just like a natural cool breeze blowing

  • through like air conditioning nature's air conditioning and so yeah we're just

  • gonna have a little look around here this is probably my main attraction in

  • this town it's a place that someone had recommended to me on Twitter as well so

  • thank you

  • there comes Sam Oh a pit stop we've got the group waiting for us yes so we

  • should get going okay all right definitely impressive and apparently I

  • mean obviously when the water comes in you can come and visit these caves and

  • the kayak yeah different experience I like the hopewell rocks yeah exactly

  • time for a much-needed update we have just entered into fundy trail I drove

  • around for a while a beautiful Drive oh my gosh it's I think it's almost even

  • more beautiful than the fundy National Park oh there was no traffic I mean it's

  • totally serpentine roads up and down you're going through forests and then

  • every once in a while you'd peacoat along the coast yeah beautiful and I

  • have to say the surprising thing is that we're the only ones here it's the middle

  • of summer a beautiful sunny day yeah I think more people would be like having a

  • picnic or swimming or road-tripping but it's just us and we pulled into Long

  • Beach it's a super long it's just the tide has started coming in now so like

  • half of it is underwater but it's still big even like with it

  • being half covered so yeah really impressive everyone's going down there

  • to have a little walk and then we're gonna do a picnic yeah I'm gonna have a

  • picnic lunch here and so far the only people here guys wow there's a lot of

  • space here in Canada especially New Brunswick

  • she sells sea shells by the sea sells seashells by the seashore there we go

  • she sells seashells by the seashore she sells seashells by the seashore

  • what is it today you found it for me and of course joining us on this trip

  • George and my father how you enjoying things so far

  • life's a beach life's a beach a little chilly to go in first time oh yeah oh

  • yeah are you gonna go in no way even though I can't swim anyway so I swim

  • like a rock I'm not gonna go in do you want to think like it's thrown in there

  • I love walking on the beach the beach is great and there's hardly anyone here I

  • think it's just awesome I saw two other people now something like that just

  • drove down but then they took off is well we're gonna eat here so yeah we're

  • just gonna take off our sandals walk around soak up the Sun and the beach so

  • this is Long Beach right now half underwater but still you can see

  • it's very wide lots of sand and there's also kind of like this cool fog rolling

  • in over the sand I'm not sure if you can really see that behind me but kind of

  • look moody and mysterious

  • ready for lunch Oh walk in the woods walk in the woods I

  • think we're going to the lookout and now a nice little picnic with some

  • rather impressive views just wait till you see this lunch is served

  • we have three wonderful salads one is kale with is it roasted walnuts in maple

  • maple syrup cranberry is so good we also have a sweet potato and egg mash a nice

  • cold salad mmm a lovely Caesar lots of sandwiches cookie this beautiful view so

  • awesome

  • well I am now wandering alone because I somehow lost our group

  • I lost family oh my gosh honestly I turned around to snap photos

  • for like two minutes and next thing I go next thing I know

  • everyone's gone what is this on the hanging bridge lots of people swimming

  • in the river lots of dogs cooling down as well but yeah maximum of 10 people at

  • a time you got to keep moving gotta keep moving

  • first you should tell the world how you lost your wife

  • no we need to explain how Audrey wandered off from the group there's a

  • loss a big group of us here's one in a hard way

  • Audrey took off to go hiking and everyone had no idea where she was my

  • mom checked in the bathroom I looked around the interpretive Center we

  • wandered off we're gonna have to keep what uh what are those a brace what do

  • you call those ankle bracelets that way you don't wander off here in the woods

  • but you know now we're just walking here in the shade it's so nice the

  • temperatures like well five degrees cooler we had such a big lunch so any

  • kind of walking we can do is to work it off it's very much needed I think they

  • said we're headed to the the salmon pools I believe they're called

  • yeah which are like swimming holes uh-huh and yeah it's a really nice trail

  • because we have lots of shade lots of coverage just be careful here Sam it's

  • like super wet and muddy so one thing to mention this year we're making more of

  • an effort to really explore our home countries yeah specifically we've been

  • focusing on New Brunswick because let me say I've been coming to Fredericton ever

  • since I met you once a year sometimes twice a year but like we've never done

  • this much sightseeing we've never really done any same thing we've done yeah

  • covered Fredericton pretty well yeah a couple day trips that's it you know what

  • for me I've been coming to this province since I was like this Paul wee wee boy

  • every summer to visit my grandparents we did a little bit of travel but most of

  • this province has been totally uncharted for me as well so they get an

  • opportunity to go and see a few different areas and Fundy yeah so go to

  • st. Andrews I mean there's even more places to visit this problem has a lot

  • to offer yeah yeah and like I mean just in the last two weeks we did a big trip

  • with my parents and Sam's dad where we did what we started in Fredericton we

  • did sing Andrews keep and rage funding National Park the hopewell rocks yeah

  • now we're doing this fun little adventure to st. Martin's and like the

  • sir rounding area so yeah there's lots to

  • see here and the beauty of this province is that there's hardly any worse it's

  • more a lot there's a lot more there's a lot more nature than people yeah get out

  • of the cities and into the into the parks yeah add to the forest you really

  • feel like you're exploring you're not yeah other places in Canada or around

  • the world for that matter when you go for a hike in a famous place just you

  • know there's so many people here you have so much breathing room so much

  • legroom and you really feel like you're out in the woods I feel like here in New

  • Brunswick like locals know about these cool spots but people in neighboring

  • provinces haven't discovered them yet guys New Brunswick check it out

  • all right guys our last stop was fuller Falls yep HUD nice little peek at them

  • snap some photos yeah beautiful little Falls I had such a cool I'm such a cool

  • descent to get down there yeah it was a very rustic trail yeah so now while we

  • Hawk back in the car and drove to st. Martin's maybe just like a 15-minute

  • drive yeah and the great debate now is chowder or ice cream gonna be here this

  • is where we get it yeah you gotta walk inside and order it yeah chowder ahh

  • we are now taking you guys on a little tour of st. Martin's covered bridges

  • there are two of them two guys yeah these are these are real heritage

  • bridges because I mean obviously they're not being built anymore and now that

  • there are more floods per year some of them have been destroyed so there's less

  • and less in the province I didn't know that and further to have to live here

  • it's pretty special also fun fact these were known as kissing bridges because

  • couples could sneak a little pack without anyone seeing them are you

  • riding like a little horse and buggy a little carriage

  • Oh Joan's house

  • so the place we were originally planning to go to for ice cream and chowder is so

  • popular and there was such a long line that we were like no way driving yeah we

  • kept moving on I don't actually know what this place is called one sign says

  • st. Martin's ice cream parlor yeah it just says fresh lobster rolls

  • yes stop forcing so so it sounds like they do a bit of everything Sam and I

  • have ordered one chowder a medium shout yeah share and we're gonna get ice cream

  • ice cream afterwards I get it now because it'll melt by the time we're

  • done the cheese yeah now we're just waiting in the only

  • shade there is vehicle ice cream for Sam cooling down with someone campfire

  • smores and peanut butter chocolate fudge you doin mine

  • Wow ultimate and decadent chocolate and peanut butter Sam's favorite combo is

  • the all-time winning combo

  • and now Red Rock can you guys see how it gets its name apparently this is a bit

  • of a secret beach because it's not really super easy to access like it's

  • not off a main road or anything you kind of have to detour down these little side

  • streets and then go on a bit of a trek but yeah when you get here you kind of

  • have this place all to yourself I mean it's our group and then one guy

  • who just came down to the beach but aside from that there's no one else and

  • we just really lucked out as well being able to visit during low tide again low

  • tide again so we can actually walk on what would normally be underwater

  • well guys we made it back by the look on our faces what is it we're tired

  • extremely yes we need to thank our family friends Joan and Garry they

  • planned everything for inviting us or biting us organising all the activities

  • providing an incredible meal they're like three delicious salads oh my gosh

  • of other things yeah yeah what a day and some really nice Cuban friends joined us

  • as well eight of us all together you have us we

  • had a little gang and honestly before this trip like I didn't really know

  • anything about st. Martin's I had heard the name hmm but like I didn't know what

  • to go back and it was such a nice little place to visit and so much access to

  • nature essentially I heard my parents referring to it as the hidden jewel of

  • New Brunswick oh well there you go guys you find it up here I think for me the

  • the take-home message from this trip is that there's adventure nearby you know

  • I've been to New Brunswick I don't even know how many times worried yeah almost

  • every year since I was a kid and I mean I've been to a few places but most of

  • the time is just like family gatherings and hanging out at home and this

  • province has so much to offer I'm just discovering this you know many

  • decades later mm-hmm and because we're here in the summer and

  • we still have a bit of time left in the province we're gonna try and do a few

  • more trips and show you guys around here so stay tuned for that we'll see what's

  • next a team for that I hope you guys enjoyed this video if you did give it a

  • thumbs up comment below and we'll see you with some more food and travel

  • videos from New Brunswick soon tata

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Day Trip to St. Martins, New Brunswick, Canada: Visiting the Sea Caves + Fundy Trail Parkway

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