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Today we woke again really early due to the light, so I got up and showered and decided to do some washing. $1.75 to do a wash! But it needed to be done. While we waited we nipped across to 7-Eleven for some breakfast, I got a granola yoghurt and some tropicana, adventurous. After the washing was done we decided to do the freedom trail, which ...
... friends with a girl in the hostel, another Aussie called Bridget. She's been working in the Rockies for a while and is doing some traveling around with a friend from home, Rachel. It turns out that my plans are just a few days behind theirs all the way to New York! So we decided to swap details and meet up along the way.
I didn't do anything overly exciting in Quebec city, just a lot of walking around and taking it in. I was only there for two days. On the ...
It has been a long time since I have written, and I apologize for that. Things have been really busy around here and I just haven't had the time. Here is my run down of the last month!
Urinetown has been so much fun. We have been working tirelessly on learning music and dances, blocking scenes and putting together costumes. I love my character and the people in the show. I am so grateful for the opportunity to be in this show because it ...
... and how far it is to the next port.
> October 8, found us at St. John, Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick. Before we had left on our trip and I had read up on each port and it seemed to me that St. John was not going to offer much in the way of history, I was very wrong, this town provided a walking map with three different historic walks. There was the Loyalist trail, the Victorian stroll, and the Prince William walk. This town was founded by ...
... a Super 8 in Watertown, a distant westerly suburb of Boston, since anything further east becomes ridiculously expensive, especially in the vicinity of Harvard University. On arrival in Watertown, we parked the car and took a combination of bus and subway into Downtown Crossing. It was a beautiful fresh, sunny dayas we reached the Common in the centre of the city. Today is one of the Columbus Days (and my birthday! Thanks to those of you who remembered) and we decided to ...