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April 08, 2009

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Dominique

We loved PEI when we visited there more than 15 years ago...when they were still talking about building the Confederation Bridge and you had to take a ferry to get to the island.

One of our most memorable evenings came when we attended a ceildh--a sort of house/hall party with Celtic fiddling, dancing and singing. We found a notice about one close to where we were staying--it looked like these types of events were fairly plentiful during the summer months on the island...and still look like they are today http://www.tourismpei.com/pei-music-story

I'd think it would be fun as a solo traveler because the event attracted a varied and very friendly crowd..both travelers and locals.

I'd love to go back to PEI and see how it's changed, or not, since my last visit.

Ellen

Dominique,

Nice that you can vouch for PEI's appeal for solo travelers. Or at least the ceildh's. I've never been to one. Sounds fun.

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