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... re so far from the stage. I was later told by someone who was in the front that it was the politest mosh he had ever participated in.
I wondered over to another stage where I bumped into my click from the hostel. The festival was so big that the chances of finding them was very unlikely but I managed to luck out. We walked around the festival grounds listening to a soul should and swing/jazz improv band. While I had not heard of any of the acts ...
... happened after we took off.
(Ooh But he watches so sadly, How can he tell her he loves her,
Yes he would give his heart gladly, but instead
when she walks to the sea, she looks straight ahead not at him,
Tall, and tan, and young, and lovely, the girl from Ipanema goes walking
And when she passes, he smiles - but she doesn't see)
We got on the plane and it seemed a bit warm. And it stayed ...
... courgette and spicy mayo. We also had some sweet potato fries which are to die for - we really need these in England! We've really enjoyed Montreal, I think having an apartment helped us feel settled, if only for a few days. Downtown is small, so it's really easy to navigate and mostly in a grid/block system. You can fall back on your English when you've exhausted "Bonjour, ca va?!" and there's a real vibrancy to the place. To me, it's the love child of New York City and ...
... being a bit cold to English speakers. I got maps and info guides for everything Montreal – more than my three days here would allow – but I did not mind. It was only another 30 min. to our campground which was 30 miles outside of Montreal. Thank goodness I did not have to drive through Montreal with the RV as I have heard nothing but horror stories of the sorry state of roads here.
Our campground was called Camping D'Aoust and it was just 5 min. off the ...
... we only just made the connection although we had three hours between flights. Dianne manages to find somewhere to sit on the floor and share a power outlet to charge up her computer. The flight to Oz took forever, as usual, but the ancient entertainment system wasn’t too bad, and a fast-moving pot-boiler crime novel helped pass the time. We had some in-flight excitement with a passenger having a suspected heart attack in the middle of ...
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