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... and then the Old Town in Montreal and decided that people watching from our outdoor restaurant table was a very enjoyable way to experience Montreal. I am always amazed at the footwear that some women wear when they know they are going to old town areas with cobblestone streets. Watching them struggling as they walk even looks painful. These streets are certainly not wheelchair or stroller friendly. I had heard of the underground pedestrian network which is some 32 kilometres ...
... to wear my new stuff today, which was just my hat and my new white Adidas top (a random purchase I know but I've also brought a really dark lip stain and clear glasses haha who am I turning into. I haven't worn the glasses I just brought them one day and the lip colour was accidental but I like it). We walked outside and **** a duck it was freezing the wind was like a knife ripping though my t-shirt, a jacket and my leather jacket!! But it was alright once we got walking but ...
... for leather stretches have been good for relaxing.
As has reducing the extent of possessions to what fits in two duffle bags (one mostly filled with camping stuff) and what fits in the side cases of the bike (one filled with tech stuff, the other a go bag [as much go bag as you can take into the great white north] and food type stuff).
Reminds me of my time spent last year on trips to Camden. Living out of a duffle bag, with just the gear you've learned ...
... in was inevitable. We made it just in time for the free breakfast served in the hostel basement, consisting of bagels, toast and peanut butter, and cereal. Sharing a room with 10 people and only having one shower results in a tight bathroom schedule allowing everyone to use it for a maximum of 5 minutes before the others impatiently start knocking on the door. The system worked, and by 12 o’clock we were all freshened up and ready to go on the Montreal ...
One of the things I'm enjoying most about this trip is being able to change my plans at a moment's notice and take any opportunities that come along. One of these opportunities is a completely crazy scavenger hunt called Impossible Montreal!
An annual event organised by an improv comedy group, this year there are 12 teams competing with a maximum of 12 members in each team. The Hunny Badgers, the Dirty Moustaches ...