Auberge Kan A Mouche

Address: 7639 Chemin Brassard, Saint Michel des Saints, Quebec, J0K 3B0, Canada | Campground
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This campground is located on 7639 Chemin Brassard, Saint Michel des Saints.
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      The World Inside

      A travel blog entry by runner5 on Dec 04, 2014

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      This new chapter is a claustrophobic take on how this Runner manages to survive, stuck in an urban environment. I always thought my parent's place would be a good hidding place from zombies.

      After a lenghty stay, the journal is now on its way toward Katy, Texas.

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      Not an all-inclusive beach holiday

      A travel blog entry by segacs on Nov 28, 2014

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      ... my best efforts, my Spanish is somewhere between "beginner" and "nonexistent". And after all the unexpected organizational headaches that sadly happened during my Baltics trip this summer, I'm feeling a bit tired and burnt out on travel planning.

      So, all that to say, I've decided to do a tour. Yes, really. I usually prefer independent travel for a variety of reasons. But this time I'm being super lazy. I just want to go and enjoy without having ...

      The Self Publishing Site Ltd

      A travel blog entry by net76pastor on Nov 27, 2014

      ... publishing houses. In 2009 76% of all books produced were by means of self-publishing authors. While mainstream publishing houses slashed the number of books they produced the particular self-publishing industry was - whilst still being is - growing. Only a few benefits of Self-Publishing Control - When any author enters into a traditional publishing contract they are going to normally lose all control within the cover design, pricing, e-book ...

      Long Tracks

      A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Nov 23, 2014

      ... We have achieved so much and yet condemn so many to a historical type of suffering. The amazement goes hand in hand with a cold sort of horror. And of course, train stations are all caught up in the history of geopolitics and empire. Just the other day, the Dutch man I met was telling me all about pointless railways out in Siberia that Stalin had ordered built as a means of fortifying the border against China. And all over the world, ...

      About My Face, About My Camera

      A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Nov 23, 2014

      ... in the process of learning how to be unhelpful sometimes. There have been so many people asking me for directions in Montréal. There was the slim, Asian girl on Rue Saint-Denis with the anxious face peeking out from her hood, asking me for an obscure building in quiet English. There was the brash, American blonde, rolling down the window of her car on Rue Saint-Andre, proffering a map and the address for a ...