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... to wear my new stuff today, which was just my hat and my new white Adidas top (a random purchase I know but I've also brought a really dark lip stain and clear glasses haha who am I turning into. I haven't worn the glasses I just brought them one day and the lip colour was accidental but I like it). We walked outside and **** a duck it was freezing the wind was like a knife ripping though my t-shirt, a jacket and my leather jacket!! But it was alright once we got walking but ...
... vraiment tard. Parfait pour prolonger nos journées d'activité. Mais en revanche il fait clair tôt... • Galway est vraiment notre ville préférée. • La Chaussée des Géants est vraiment spectaculaire et unique à voir. Les Irlandais ne sont pas très emphatiques pour nous laisser utiliser leur toilette. Et il faut parfois payer pour leur usage et les traiter avec dignité. • Pratiquement personne ne laisse ...
We'd heard a lot before getting to Montreal about a city of gourmands and the high class food we’d find there. Unfortunately this time round we weren’t quite able to stretch to the 5 star cuisine we’d seen on Anthony Bourdain’s 'Quebecois’. However Montreal did keep us well fed.
Since arriving in Canada we’d been eager to find some good poutine and had been left a little underwhelmed by the offering we’d found ...
... of Montreal (all banks) but now the buildings are condos or hotels.
Next we walked to the industrial/commercial section where the warehouses-stores were erected in the late 1860s and 70s. This area is used in films as the originate gas lights are still there, now all the buildings are either offices, condos or hotels. At least the buildings are being used and are not deteriorating.
There were a few extra buildings Catherine showed us some have ...
... in the country. Thanks to this we were able to visit a ton of museums for free throughout all of Brazil.
One major culture shock that we faced in Brazil is the everlasting queues everywhere you go. Mostly in the supermarkets, it seemed as if Brazilians all went shopping for groceries every night and so the stores were almost always full and we waited at times literally over 30 minutes simply to buy pasta or bananas.