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... exploring this afternoon. From what I saw on my way home in the car at night, Dubai is like an extremely modern and HUGE version of Vegas. Crazy buildings, modern metro stations, tons of lights and every kind of person one might imagine finding in a busy industrialized city. Oh and I've seen like 3 Tim Hortons already! I want to learn more about the culture here so I've got some reading to do and have to get out in the public. See y'all later - love and miss you :)
... and went to meet he others at a bar in town. This is where we realised we weren't really in Canada anymore, it was literally like France. The menus were in French, the language was obviously French, The blokes dressed like poofs, the signs had no English so it had a very European feel. All but Jenny understood the French so we had to ask the waitress to switch it up to English. After 1 beer it was home time as we were all knackered after the ...
... is so cheap is because you clean before you leave and all the other people before us have never cleaned.
The rest of the day was spent cleaning, washing, sweeping the floors twice, bathroom, all the bench tops, inside the fridge and top of stove before we settled in. Nearly forgot had to make the foldout bed as well. Now we can bring our things in and settle for the next two nights. Sent an email to Yannick telling him the previous ...
We had a relaxed start today as we didn't have to board the ship until noon. We are sailing on the Maasdam from Montreal to Boston. Montreal has a wonderful underground system. Almost a small city beneath the city, and large walkways link the trains and hotel. They are lined with shops and restaurants, and are like a big shopping complex. The Montreal people use them ...
... and thankfully better at English than I am at French. It`s a good thing I talk with my hands ``Je suis animé``. I try to speak keywords ``en francais`` to fill the gaps. I am saying things like chien (dog) and Oui! (Yes) and delicieux (delicious). I say ``delicieux`` a lot. Mainly because we have already enjoyed much wine (vin), bread (pain), butter (beurre), and maple syrup (sirop d`erable).
Tres joie de vivre, non. (Very joy of ...
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