Couette et Cafe Champlain
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... of yours truly and a finger of an unfortunate soul that made contact with a hammer. We were exhausted from painting and destroying but it was a great day!
Wednesday was an instruction day with Claude, who spoke to us about the poverty in Montreal and what we should do as Christians to help the situation. It was very interesting and gave us some good food for thought. After the lesson, Cam, the director of Outtatown, came to spend a few days with us and we had a ...
... a French cafe for breakfast and a soup restaurant for lunch, making a hair appointment at a local barber for James to buzz his head, and shopping for basic food necessities to avoid eating out too often. James felt as if every day was one big high school French oral exam, but we can safely said he "passed" (assuming passing is a 60%). Other highlights of our stint in Quebec City included a tour of Old Town: We started with a stroll ...
Amazing day in Quebec today, it was cooler then I think any other day I've had so far, but there was a good period of the day where the sun was out and shining. This morning I took my time getting up and ready, I had a gear nights sleep and was feeling good. I started by asking at the desk where I could get a bus ticket from. Only 2 blocks away. So I walked up the street only to find the store closed till 10am (it was only 9:30) so I went to Tim Hortons and had some ...
... a little, to find a "correct" direction and angle to jerk the tooth out. It required less strength and it is a smoother process. XD
Okay next kitchen task.
Cut the Cheese! That's a good one, because I get to eat while I cut.
After that? Cut the smoked pork! That was really enjoyable too. Because of the same reason HAHA
While cutting I get the chance to see Chef-in-action. Felix was carving out flowers and making horse carriages out ...
... I had with me exept for what I had on!) to take some pictures of the town at night and to ride the Funiculare, the trolley car that takes you down to the lower town on a 45 degree angle. One last dinner in the villiage and it was time to head home for my final night in Quebec, I'm on the train now back to Toronto and tonight I get onto the Canadian train which will deposit me in Jasper on Sunday afternoon - quite the adventure!
Although I probably could have ...