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Going from the US into Canada is a bit like going from WA into SA on the old Nullabor road. The contrast is very marked and all of a sudden the smooth road becomes bumpy and potholed. The road signage into Quebec is not flash either, in fact it's probably the worst we have come across anywhere. Apart from the fact that it's all in French it's somehow more French than in France and the freeways have all been designed so that each exit has a twin exit within 50 metres. Did ...
... and trying to remind those group members to be positive and step out of their comfort zone by asking for words to be repeated so that they can learn. I am glad that I learned how to learn French in an immersion setting where you can't just throw your arms up and give up, but you had to look dumb and ask for a dictionairy or a synonym.
Anyhow, I am loving it here! I hope you are all well and having fun wherever you are!
I love you all,
... by the Citadelle, which is still operating as a military base and is also home to the Governor General's second residence. Kate and I were lucky enough to tour both the residence and the Citadelle in one day. Other highlights of Quebec City included the Musee de Civilisation, the Montmorency Falls, the Musee National des Beaux-Arts du Quebec, and the food.
Kate has gone on at some length about the food in her own blog so ...
... Montmorency falls, with beautiful views back over Quebec and stopped off at a chapel turned pub to continue my sampling of the country's poutine and beer selection! Back in the city and we explored the winding streets and soaked up the christmassy atmosphere. That evening I moved over to stay at my host's place, Jack. Super chilled and welcoming I instantly felt at home at Jack's place and really enjoyed my stay there. We joined other CSers to ...
... away. Phyllis said if Richard was at home he wouldn't be able to go fishing (he was complaining of missing his fishing) so that kept him quiet.
Richard was tired of the DVD he was watching plus I finished what I was doing on the laptop so we ventured of to bed for a good nights sleep in a warm bedroom in a comfy bed.
Remembered Mum today she would have been 91 years old missed our traditional lunch with her, Phyllis and Beryl at Sizzlers Innaloo.