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... heard a crowd go so mental for a goal in any sport in my life. They did not stop yelling and cheering for a good 4 minutes. A bit of hope washed over the crowd and it seemed to pick up the team as well, but unfortunately a 2-1 loss would be how the game ended. After the game we caught the train back, went and got some dinner (I had my first poutine, not bad), then went to bed after discussions about how much snow had fallen and how good the mountain was going to ...
... Agents name and email address for house next door to us. Peter and Margaret never mentioned selling a bit sneaky doing it while we are away but I will email the agent and tell him the dividing fence is not the regulated height of 1.8m it is 1.5m and we can see Peter's head when he is watering. We would like the fence at the correct height before they sell.
Did some of today's blog while Richard was watching TV and using his ipad till it was time for bed.
... of this I'm probably slightly more dismissive of people in the hostels than maybe I need to be. I don't even know why I am tired all the time. I'm sleeping enough. Maybe it's the lack of good stuff in all the **** I'm eating. I haven't been 100% since NZ. Between the cold I had there and the one in San Fran I was coughing like a 60 a day man. And between San Fran and here I hack up bits of lung every now and then. Sexy. I'm sure it'll figure itself ...
... We then went to another market on the other side of the city and took a little walk along the canal. I came back and booked my train to Québec and skyped mum and dad whichnwas great. Aso checked the money situation and so far so good. Went with Alison and Tiphanie (originally thought she was Chaumeil, but that's her surmane!) to an island in the river which has a gorgeous view and some idylic spots. Found a small waterfall type ...
... fluffy "eyebrows"!
It took us about an hour to tour the Biod˘me and afterwards we used the toilets and had a look in the kids area downstairs where they had stuffed animals and science learning centres. I text Guddis and asked if she wanted to meet us for coffee or something to eat. We decided on St Denis, so made our way to the metro leaving around 2.
We arrived about 10 minutes before Guddis and went for a little ...
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