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... hardest stage of the trip, so I try to leave early. It was nice to stop and stay with Nico my old neighbour. Cool to hang out and catch upon what happend. Very chill and relaxed, exactly what is needed for these kind trips. Our improvised chicken pizza was amazing and should give enough energy. Now it's time for dodo, you check today's stats here: http://www.strava.com/activities/159768 ...
Fun had been promised. Lots of it. Warning of cold weather had also been issued, but I know full well that nothing can prepare them for the scything wind that blows through Quebec City during Carnaval time in February.
As we walk towards the infamous Plains of Abraham Battlegrounds, the very historical site where Canada`s fate had been decided all those years ago, we witness something altogether foreign for us mild-weathered west coast rain forest dwellers: skaters ...
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Lots of police here nearly everywhere you look there is a car or motorbike we had one follow us for a while but he gave up because Richard was going too slow 45kms instead of 50kms well we were enjoying the scenery. Went down a driveway to a B&B Auberge La Goeliche at the end of the island to have our lunch and coffee. A bit of history now in 1759 the English General James Wolf ...
... of Vauban fortifications. Military traditions are maintained through military ceremonies held during the summer.
We headed back down the hill and at the D'Auteuii-Saint-Louis intersection noticed the monument in honour of those who fought in the Boers War. The building at number 87, rue Saint-Louis, is maison Sewell, dating back to 1803. The Post Office Department was located here from 1859 to 1865. At number 60 D-Auteuil, ...
... 8217;t see my family every day is, not difficult, but I had to say that this is different. Since one week that I am alone in a little room in a house with people that I don’t know at all and they called me almost every day... Yes. I think that the most difficult thing is that I am not at home and that my parents are not here to help me. I have to learn to organize myself.
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