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Travel Blogs from Notre-Dame-de-l'Ile-Perrot
... jobs and projects on the go.
My main job while I'm at the farm is to sort the dried garlic - looking for bulbs which are sprouting and will have to be used for planting - and tidying up the garlic ready for market. I also have the chance to go along to a farmer's market in st Anne de Bellevue. A great excuse to check out the other stalls and explore the little town.
I also get the chance to dust off my driving skills ...
... was so cold that the plastic lenses in the glasses
contracted, and both lenses fell out, but one stayed in the pocket.
back from London, and we all have home-delivered Indonesian meal. The delivery man, even though he was in a
truck, was absolutely frozen as he had to take his gloves off all the time.
After the previous nights’ sleep, Dianne had been
optimistic that she wasn’t going to have any ...
... seems to stand firm also. That governs slowly, but that governs. This country needs among others stability, there seems be a little of it at the moment.
The scandal of the moment: they are to investigate big networks of kidnapping mafia, in which would be involved big Haitian families. That goes pretty far, just as our Committee Charbonneau in Québec!
The human misery: ah! That there is!!!! That will never end here, we would say. But ...
... last check of the map to realize we still weren't that lost to begin with.
One last slam of the door, after a lunch of leftover pasta and forlorn looks out the kitchen window. One last glass of red wine so we don't have to take the bottle with us.
One last glance at the Grand Canal, the vaporetto and the gondolas as we ride a bus across the bridge and out of the lagoon. One last sigh as we ...
... not work…PLEASE do not send me a voicemail..text is fine if needed.
Then a bath and change and off to the beautiful Notre Dame cathedral within very short walking distance to attend the "Son et Lumiere" in the cathedral. With our trusty English speaking headsets and phenomenal music and lighting.. it ...