After a long talk with our lovely host Anne in Antigonish, it is time to go to Halifax. Halifax is the capital of Nova Scotia and it's our last destination on the east coast.We are planning to stop on our way in Victoria Park, a natural woodland urban park in the center of Truro with a network of trails following a nice creek with multiple waterfalls. This is probably the best urban we have seen so far.We arrive in Halifax around 7 pm and meet our hosts, Emily and Mark. They are going out for a bit so we can settle and plan the next day. The plan is to go to Lunenburg the next day using the highway and going back following the coast line and stopping in a few places. Lunenburg is a port town on the South Shore of Nova Scotia. We only walk for an hour around the city before heading to our second stop in Mahon Bay where we stop for lunch at a small bakery.The weather is on our side today so we decide to have a break and get some tan on the beach before getting to Peggy's cove. Peggy's cove is another small but very touristy place because it is the site of Peggys Point Lighthouse established in 1868. We are lucky that it is not too crowded, so we can take plenty of pictures!Peggy's CoveWe spend our second and last day visiting Halifax. A day is a little bit short but we will make it work. We spend an hour following the waterfront and then walk up to the city center. It's grey and chilly so we decide not to stay too long. We also have to get ready for the Game 6 of the NBA final between the Toronto Raptors and the Golden State Warriors. Our host are also planning to watch the game so we stay at home and stream it on TV.It is time to pack our bags as we are flying to Calgary the next day and will be meeting up with Robyn, one of our flatmate from New Zealand!..