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... certaine façon. Le cordonnier est un peu moins mal chaussé! Une chose qu'Haïti m'a vraiment appris, c'est vraiment le pouvoir de l'espoir. Faudra explorer et expliciter un jour!
Donc cette année m'a permis de retrouver la forme et la bonne humeur, et ce départ d'Haïti se fait donc dans l'ordre des choses et de nos objectifs initiaux, qui sont de découvrir des pays et des cultures, via l'expatriation. On a fait 4 ans et demi au Viet Nam, on a fait 4 ans et ...
... of Melbourne, where everybody looked Canadian but spoke French. Luckily people weren't as offended as people from France when we revealed we couldn't speak French. They swapped with ease to English with a strong Canadian accent and you would have never of guessed a moment earlier they were speaking another language. In fact when we were in a bar having a beer we overheard the table next to us speaking in English then French then English, as if they didn't realise they had ...
... the tallest inclined tower in the world, standing 165 meters high at a 45 degree angle. How does this engineering marvel not topple over? Thousands of tons of concrete underground form the base of a giant triangle, we only see the very tip. However, this tip of the triangle dominates the landscape and is quite imposing in person. There is a speedy funicular to ride to the top to see outstanding views of the city, and since it opened in 1987, over six million people have made the ...
... ever, so I prefer two-in-one adapters wherever possible.
Paying for stuff
- Bank cards and credit cards. If anyone advises you to take traveller's cheques, send them back to 1975 where they belong. Cash and plastic are king; I take two credit cards and two bank cards -- one to use, one as a backup kept in my money belt in case of theft. Don't bother with Amex anywhere outside of North America; Visa / PLUS ...
... and ate a traditional meal that consisted of bacon, ham, baked beans, soup, eggs poached in maple syrup, potatoes, bread, maple pie, and pancakes for dessert. Maple syrup is only collected from the trees in March and April. Tradionaling a metal spout was pushed into the tree trunk and the syrup was collected in a bucket which meant the men would stay in a shack in the woods to change the full buckets and collect ...
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