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... of the factory and a short video about the company, and most importantly a
tasting afterwards. Mmmm. The company takes pride in its economic, environmental
and nutritional values and sustainability policies. They only purchase ingredients through fair
trade means and contribute greatly to the community in which they operate.
So it seems we started with dessert. Next stop was the Cabots Cheese
producer. Known best for its ...
... a couple of sloths (very slow), crocodiles (snappy), monkeys (apparently - didn't see them so not convinced!), a lynx (hiding in his little house), beavers (cute little arms), tortoises (also slow), porcupine (spiky), and some little duck dudes with red feet that zipped and dived and flapped their little legs like a paddle steamer!
After the Biodome we headed for the Tower - the funicular. Like a glass fronted lift that went up a slope on the ...
... the New York Rangers in the Eastern Conference Finals. Conveniently it was the Canadiens who ruined our chances of seeing a game in Boston, so it worked in our favour in the end... fate some may say?
The pre game entertainment was really cool with vison and digital effects being played on the ice like it was a movie screen. The atmosphere in the arena was unbelievable. It was so loud everytime the Canadiens scored. ...
... context, disorganized country, the earthquake, its ugliness, the post-trauma, the anxiety, the cholera crisis etc. I would have left a year ago, it would have been different. I would have left exhausted, angry, deceived by my job and the country, with resentment, in reaction. Not a pretty picture.
But since February 2013, life has offered me free time, a Masters in public health, which I do from home, out of a stress-related context. A ...
... him over and said Stay sit don't move. We boarded soon after and settled into the little cabin we checked out the bathroom and was pleased it was of a decent size and were pleased we only had a small bag we are still wondering where people who had big bags put them as we were flat out hiding the carry on bag and 2 back packs. The train took off and away we went we thought the speed we were travelling at was just to get us out of Montreal but we found out ...