The next day I was off to the 14km long bridge for Prince Edward Island. Pedestrians and cyclists are not allowed on the bridge, but there is a shuttle service that will take you across if you're not in a car. You only have to pay to get off the island. While waiting I met some other bikers on a two week tour from Halifax to PEI to Sydney and back to Halifax. I rode with them on the shuttle across the Confederation bridge and then rode from there to Charlottetown. We stopped for lunch at Victoria and one of the cyclists, Mike, bought my lunch! Thanks Mike!
Once we got to Charlottetown Mike and Fred checked in to their rooms at the university residence and I set off to find a campsite. We were going to meet afterward for a drink but we were not able connect in the end so I decided to treat myself to a good meal (two apps, a main dish, dessert and a couple of cold ones).
The next step is to make my way from here to the ferry for Nova Scotia. It's about 60 km from Charlottetown.