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... best storyteller, does incredible impressions and has the sincerest heart of just about any human I have ever met. I feel very fortunate to have thus encountered her and just as well she is Irish and lives so close to me and often frequents the dark, gothic city I call home. Next, a bit of drama was in store for my German friend. Her train out west to Jasper had been cancelled- well, really more that all trains between Toronto and Winnipeg have been ...
... it for a second. You’re essentially brandishing two knives on your feet. Combine this with an uncoordinated individual like myself, you have a crisis waiting to happen. However, because I dearly love the group I went with, I figured I should get over myself and embrace my inner Canadian. I learnt the meaning of being surrounded by grace that day. I was ably supported by Megan, Hinako and Bethany, who propped me up patiently as I made tragic ...
... well, more time to have lunch with my parents and relax. I know my parents are a little nervous about this trip, as they have been with any of my trips but they are hiding it well. I don't want to break it to them that I'm the one who is nervous... They have Mali for three months! This sweet little dog looks adorable during normal waking hours, but doesn't always at 5 am when she wants to ...
... also made it
much better too! But the Canadians can even make dull admin meeting
interesting! Music went before every pitch from the leaders, and there were
loud cheers from old timers towards their revered leaders. In the afternoon we cleared
out our rather dusty and grubby house, and I went out for drinks at Madison Avenue
pub in the evening with the internationals.
Sunday: I finally went to Niagara Falls with Jaqui and other
... experience in Montreal was eating poutine at the restaurant up the road from where we were staying. Poutine is, in much simpler form, chips, cheese and gravy, but not like the type from Checkers in central square. It's a bit more gourmet with a touch of Francais. Me and sarah are thinking of opening a poutine restaurant when we get back! Montreal is the most alternative city I have ever been to. One example of this is the tam-tams which sarah touched on. I'll upload ...