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Monpelier treated us to a great breakfast
at the Coffee Corner, and as we were sitting there a couple of fellow diners fired
up the fiddles and played a few tunes.
It really was great. A happy way
to start the day!
We had a stroll down the Main Street in the
daylight before heading back to pack the car and set off.
We weren't expecting great things of the
weather so ...
... It was handy having the car too. Saved us from ******* around using public transport.
We walked through all the green houses - they had all types of plants, trees and flowers. The most impressive was the bonsai trees. There was one over 200 years old.
Back out in the cold we made our way to the Chinese Garden followed by the Japanese Garden. Sadly no cherry blossoms to be ...
... partir mais on ne voulait pas partir les mains vides, sans job intéressant. Mais là, Richard s'est trouvé un job dans son organisation, alors on part en paix et tranquille.
En fait, de dire que je pars en paix est agréable, mais pas fortuit. Vous le savez, Haïti m'a éprouvé pas mal plus que je n'aurais pu me l'imaginer, même dans le pire scénario. Contexte humanitaire difficile, pays en déconfiture, le drame du séisme, son stress post-traumatique ...
Well the day started out a bit foggy but that did not matter as we would be on the train to Montreal, and then onto the night train to Halifax, we shall arrive in Halifax on Saturday roughly about 5.25pm. A long train journey that will take us nearly 19hours all up. we got a taxi to the station and then booked the bags onto the train and went and had a coffee before being called to board the train to Montreal. We had decided to go ...
... I go back outside to livelier surroundings.
I walk to downtown and initially head for the contemporary art gallery. On arrival though I decide against it and continue enjoying the sun instead. Around the art centre there is a promenade and steps littered with people sunbathing and sipping iced coffee. I wander around the shops for a while until I find what I wish was my second home.
A small boutique, hidden away entices me in with its peculiar window ...