Le Rayon vert
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... we soon found ourselves very disorientated. Eventually we made our way back up to the street level then the challenge was to find our way back to the car. Over an hour later, with the help (and sometimes unhelpful) advice from people we eventually got back to the Notre Dame and our car. To say that was difficult is an understatement. Exhausted, we decided to return to the caravan and call it a day. Certainly not the best touring day we have had. We had another city visit just ...
... are a few photos on Facebook but it looks like we we're actually in France which is pretty cool. Once the tour finished I wondered back toward the hostel but I stopped in at cafe for a green tea and to unfreeze my hands (I'm also a herbal tea fan these days, currently sipping a camomile tea as I type). Once I made it back to the hostel I googles this amazing bagel shop Nathan had told me I absolutely must go to I found one about a half an hour walk straight up the road ...
... been nice to disconnect from the world. Being in a situation where Internet access is generally unavailable, it's easy to actually disconnect. Gets back to having opportunities for thinking, decompressing.
Unexpected horseradish on the cornbread sandwich. Going to have to remember this trick. Pairs well with the Kilkenny cream ale.
Seen the other side of Montreal; the part built on relationships and trust and not simply showing off spending someone else's ...
... and glided back down the mountain and enjoyed a lovely walk through the adjacent Mont Royal Park which was apparently designed by the same designer as Grand Central Park in New York City. After two hours of climbing, posing for photographs and trudging through the ice and snow, the tour guide took us to Old Montreal, the old city center with remains dating back to New France. We entered a cute restaurant in which apparently one of the best poutine in town was served. ...
... and other such endeavours. In this case a French guy, Raphael, living in Montreal heard about the hunt and posted online to see if he could get a team together. All those interested were invited to meet up at a bar, Les Foufounes Electrique, and the Surfing Foufs was born: 3 French, 2 Moroccans, 4 Canadians, 1 Belgian and me!
The next time I meet up with the guys is the night the challenge starts. On the ...