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... longer than a minute or two. The app does not command much storage space (about 500 MB), most of which was consumed by my entries, which I'm sure you will agree have been rather long-winded. So, why did I decide to blog? First and foremost, I felt that writing a blog would be an accessible and efficient way for us to keep some of our family and friends informed about our trip as it progressed, knowing that none of those with whom we decided to ...
... When we first arrived the street performer had handed over his violin to a young girl whose family was passing by and insisted she join in the performance. It was lovely to see, this timid girl of just 13 performing for the world passing by and taking lessons from the seasoned artist. She was so embarrassed but gave her song everything she had and blushed at the round of applause as she finished and gave the instrument back to her impromptu teacher.
The following morning ...
... they had it under control and drove for a solid 7 hours. It was amazing to slowly see the landscape change while we were driving up north. All snow has disappeared in Boston but once we were on the road for two hours, the surroundings slowly started turning white again. Coming from the busy city life in Boston, the highways that took us to Canada and the little towns we passed in New Hampshire seemed deserted. There were glooming hills and stretched out roads as far as ...
... was out of control but the movement made me feel dizzy, I guess being a bit hungover didn't help much. We had another interactive experience afterwards which basically was a talk about constellations and how to find some stars. I got bored, I was tired and the talk was 40 minutes so I caught up on some sleep. You'll have to ask Alex what happened in part 2.
After this it was time to head back to the hostel to get ready for the hockey tonight! We lost ...
... team I was a member of) was winning the whole way through, pretty much, until the very end when we were pipped to the post by 'The Tornados’ a team which featured none other than Jenny! The winning team got a free shot each, Jenny had peach snaps as you can see from the photo.
In the morning it was another beautiful sunny day so we got the Metro over to the islands. The islands in the St Lawrence feature a park, a large swimming ...