B&B Le Bleu Balcon
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... Chinatown I have ever seen before we head up to his place for a quick pittstop before dinner.
Jez's place is nice and he has a balcony where we sat outside and enjoyed the last of the summer afternoons. We grab dinner at a new local Burmese restaurant in the Plateau areal of Montreal. Its a cool place with funky stores and cafes. Lots of skateboarders about and street art (not graffiti) decorate the alley ways. We meet Jerry's girlfriend Lesley over dinner. ...
... into the knee deep snow. Picking up speed we managed to pass some of the pensioners taking the same path, in erm jeans. Around half way we found the steps, treacherous, wind swept and icy, these took approximately ten minutes, for the teen American tourists who sprinted up in Ugg boots and leggings, a little longer for us in our salopettes.
The view really is pretty ...
... a fully booked one leaving direct for Winnipeg that day at 2pm, and that if I turned up by 1 PM, there was a small chance that someone would fail to turn up, and that if they didn't turn up by the final call for check in, and they didn't have any other customers they needed to offer the flight to first, they would sell a ticket to me. At least it was another faint possibility of an option. I headed back round to Air Canada, and found the line had actually moved, always the ...
In less than two hours we are in the Quebec Province the highway here needs resurfacing in some long sections and the cones here are white with bright iridescent orange bands. From Hwy 26 turn off the traffic starts to get heavy the Hwy 417 changes to Hwy 40 and it has stopped raining. We are now in the outer residential area of Montreal on a three lane highway there is a lot of roadworks as we are getting closer to Montreal. Crossed over Saint Laurent a massive river ...
... either making a short clip for each entrepreneur or grouping several interviews under different categories. In any case several hours of editing will be needed and another issue is that I don’t have access anymore to an editing studio like the MAD studio at Babson.
My friend Etienne actually also worked on a side project while in Brazil and took out an old film camera to take pictures around South America. I ...