字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 - This fall, I had the opportunity to go to the east coast of Canada and spend some time in one of my favorite places, Prince Edward Island. Being surrounded by the island's natural vibrant colors and the old fashioned buildings, you really feel like you've stepped inside of a Canadian folktale here. So, a lot of you kids might be too young to remember this, but I actually have been to Prince Edward Island before. And the very first time I vlogged a trip to Prince Edward Island, I started right in front of this light house right here. It feels really kind of surreal to be five years older, five years wiser, but I'm here, I'm back where I started. Prince Edward Island was formed by a bed of soft sandstone, high in iron oxide. The color comes from the rusting of the dirt, giving Prince Edward Island it's signature shade of brick red. This really makes the landscape on the east coast of Canada feel strikingly different from the west coast and the Canadian Rockies that I'm used to seeing. That was such a beautiful fox. Okay guys, we stopped the car, look at right in front of us is this gorgeous little fox. And he's just chilling, he's not afraid of anything, which is kind of not so good. He should be more afraid of us. But, he's just so beautiful. I love the colors. Look at you handsome boy, he's such a handsome boy. The biggest city on the island, Charlottetown, is home to around 36,000 people. But the tight-knit community welcomes over a million tourists to the island every year. Many come in the summer to get away from big cities and relax, but fall harvest is a really fun time to visit if you're a foodie like me. There is one more thing about this island that makes it a special destination for people all over the world. Lucy Maud Montgomery, the famous author of Anne of Green Gables, was born here. And it was on this island that she wrote about Anne's adventures, which later went on to be translated into 15 different languages, making it a well-known story, even in Japan. So, what trip to PEI is complete without a trip to Green Gables. Here we are at the Anne of Green Gables park. I grew up with the story of Anne of Green Gables, and recently I've been watching Anne with an E on Netflix, so being here in this house is actually really exciting. I find it really nostalgic to look at these rooms and, like, remember little details about the story that I had totally forgotten about. How many times have you been here? - I think 2,000. - [Host] 2,000 times? - In twenty years! - [Host] But you really love Anne, right? - Yeah. - [Host] What do you like about Anne? - Well, she started as an orphan, but she studied hard, and she went to a good school and she got married with a doctor, so she's climbing ladder to success. - [Host] Yeah, it's very inspiring. - That's the part I like. - Yeah, that's a good part. Prince Edward Island is surrounded by deep sapphire blue sea, which means it's rich in delicious sea food. You can find lobster and clam chowder on almost every menu here. And while you'd expect to be paying top dollar for lobsters of this size, here on the east coast of Canada, this fine dining is incredibly affordable. So, for lunch I have a mango and lobster salad. And it's crazy, it's huge. My hand's this big, salad's this big. Normally I never eat lobster because it seems like such a hassle to, like, bread it apart and pull the meat out, but luckily, here, they do it for you. This is a lot of meat, it's a lot of food. Mmm, so good. Alright, guys, so now we are here at one of the must-stop location in PEI this is COWS Creamery. They have the best ice cream, on PEI at least. But, also possibly, like, the best ice cream in Canada. Possibly the best ice cream in the world. Thank you. - You're welcome. - Oh. So I got Gooey Mooey and Wowey Cowey, which are two of the flavors at COWS Creamery, you know, because it's COWS Creamery, I should get the ones that are named after cow puns. Look at all that caramel just dripping off this ice cream cone onto my hands, making a huge mess. Oh, oh. Oh, I'm in heaven. Mmm. So right now we're in Georgetown, which is a tiny little town in Prince Edward Island, with a population of about 500 people. It's really, really nice here. I love all the old buildings. And we were just at the playhouse, where apparently wedding banquets are often held, and they have this beautiful public garden right next to it. And it had me thinking, like, how cool would it be to have, like, a small wedding with, like, close family and friends and just come to PEI and, like, have a little family get-together. Take some photos in beautiful dresses and see those in this old-fashioned town, and just, like, eat lots of lobster. In my opinion, the best part about being on the island is that every experience feels extremely personal, like you've stepped into a fairytale-land where time seems to stand still and you're able to just enjoy the moment. (man singing) This lobster is, like, the size of my head. And I'm going to eat it. The only thing I regret about this trip is that I couldn't spend more time here on the island. There's still so much to explore on the east coast of Canada, but I guess that just means I'll have to come back next year. 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