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... full and towards the end seats
turned up for us all to sit down. Thankfully our RV was still there
(always a worry when you leave it somewhere for an extended period of
time) and we headed out into the start of rush hour traffic. Canadian
drivers in general have been much better than American drivers, more
polite at least. But Montreal traffic was pretty nuts and we saw some
close calls. Thankfully Ben is happy to drive in that ...
... Once you get your visa, you can just go there, no special permits or paperwork required. And lots of people do. It contains a number of fascinating tourist destinations, and Silk Road travellers go through there regularly. The Chinese ministry of tourism even promotes Silk Road tourism on its website and is running a "Beautiful China 2015 - Year Of Silk Road Tourism" campaign.
... earlier and the unavoidable jetlag). By the time I found my hostel in Montreal, I stayed awake until 10pm in order to avoid waking up somewhere in the middle of the night becuase of the jetlag, which worked, as I woke up the next day at around 7. The next day I walked around and explored Montreal a little, although it was way too cold to stay outside for a long time (an hour was the absolute max, as it was -12 or so). I have seen some beautiful things, ...
As we get ready to bid Montreal adieu, we thought it would be timely to share a couple of highlights with you: Mount Royal - a mountain in the city of Montreal, which gave the city it's name. Let's call it a leisurely hike (although Michael might call it a death march) up the side of a mountain to some pretty spectacular views of the city and it's surrounds. On our way up, we passed trees with leaves of just about every colour, which in spite of myself, I found incredibly ...
Had a good night sleep in the rain.. Luckily it had stopped in the morning though it was still really over cast. We headed to the Les Chutes-Croches Falls where we had to hike a short 720m. The waterfalls had so much spray back that we didn't want to get the camera out as it would have been soaked! The next place we stopped was at the La Chute-du-Diable which was 1.4km to walk to the falls. The water was rather dirty so it wasn't ...