La Perrot Damoise
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... languages do they speak?
Officially, Mandarin Chinese in China, Kyrgyz in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbek in Uzbekistan. In the northwestern Chinese province of Xinjiang, the Turkic language of Uyghur is most common. Russian is also an official language in Kyrgyzstan, and is widely spoken in Uzbekistan (and indeed, across the 'stans). There are also other local languages and dialects in various places.
And no, I don't speak ...
... unknown in the spirit of discovery.
I like to imagine a series of ancient backpackers, setting out to trade goods and in the process, discovering one another's cultures, indulging in the local food and drink, and maybe playing a few rounds of cards while swapping travel stories that began with those age-old traveller's conversation starters: "Where are you from? Where are you going? Where have you been?"
After all, we're not so different, them and I.
... capture both the swirling whiteness of the snow along with the oncoming darkness of the night simultaneously. Was feeling pretty low again by that point, so ambled towards Station Mont-Royal on the Metro, perhaps to get something to eat. But the first place that caught my eye was this bar called Bily Kun, complete hipster hang-out, dim lights, Arcade Fire playing; and so it seems as though wine has displaced the having of anything more substantial for ...
... were enticed to their gift shop and then proceeded to with our generally passive driver absolutely frustrated by road closures for the Cycling Grand Prix around our hotel which we expect to witness some of tomorrow, this is the same event going to Montreal on 14/9/14. Much to the Drivers disgust at having to face the barriers again after we arrived the local ...
... getting stuck, and Samuel was quite vocal about his dislike of dumplings (even though two minutes earlier he thought I said we were getting lollies and he was very happy to come along). I decided to take the path of least resistance and head for home. We spent the afternoon washing, packing, oh and returning to our favourite ice cream parlour for one last raspberry passionfruit gelato! Now to get to bed. I need to be up at 4:30 to catch our ...