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... sign I saw was a Mcdonalds. It was all French, ****. I arrived at my hostel, crammed my stuff into the corner of the smallest 8 bed room I've ever seen and went to make some dinner. There's two parts of travelling that makes me super anxious, the first is actually travelling between places and the other is arriving at the hostel alone and everyone being in cliques when you're new meat. But that evening there was a scheduled beer pong event, so I was hoping I ...
... to sleep after 1am, and the alarm went far too early. We took a taxi to Penn Station, one last drive along 5th Ave, beside Central Park, with its misty lamplights, one last wistful look at Tiffany and all those fabulous shops, contrasting with the block long lines of people waiting patiently for their free charity breakfast.
The railway goes up beside the Hudson, but it looked very dreary today in the mist, which ...
... to refreshen my batteries are in order after the next two weeks are done with) :)
Love you all and can’t wait to see all of you…
Ciao for now.
P.S. There were too many pictures so on most of them I put "Montreal Pride Parade"
******If you like a picture and can think of a good caption header for that pic then put it in the comments of the picture and I will change it and credit you for it!!!*******
... the reason I like Montreal though as even London has green areas.
I like the language. French sounds and looks good. Even when someone is angry it has an aire of musicality to it. The rolls and flow of the sounds are calming. I feel that in this environment I could learn quickly. If you don't understand anything, everyone quickly flits over to English and all is right in the world again. It takes a bit of getting used ...
... know an estimate of how much it would cost the project for me to stay on in Vancouver.
At 11:45 we met at the front of the Salvation Army building and went to L'Aromate for lunch. There was Sylvain Blais, Sylvain Leduc, Rory Campbell, Nancy Audet, Paul Savoie, Antoine Uong, Martiel Giguere, Martine Lapierre, Yves Djar, Dylan, Me, Guddis and Steve Turner. A really nice restaurant and one I had been walking by every day on the way to ...