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Travel Blogs from Montreal
We woke up this morning to a big broken table in the living room and the aftermath of the party last night. AS is tradition we slept in late and recovered and went to Montreal for the night. It was Jenny's friend Kema's bday at blue dog hip hop bar which must have been the only bar in the whole city that had an English name. It was a ...
Well today is the day we go on the big Choo Choo ride you know that slow romantic train travel as we meander up the coast to Montreal and then follow the rivers and coast line to Halifax while looking at the tree colours change the further north we go. Stewart checks out and we go out and get a cab. When we said we wanted to go to Union station at the front the bloke hesitated and said oh why and Stewart said the concierge and station people ...
... the hostel cafe. All of my 3 room mates had gone out for the evening, so I made the most if the space and sorted out my pack, went through all the stuff I have collected and put it together ready to post home when I get to Toronto and culling out all the paper,info etc that I don't need any more ... My folder is getting less full and a lot lighter now lol. After catching up on e-mails, Facebook and some news sites to find out what has been happening in the world, it was off to ...
... in the last half hour of the five hour trip. Mainly I played Suduko. I slept for about half an hour. We stopped off at a pitstop to fill the car up with petrol and eat the pre-made lunches I made this morning.
All in all, it was an easy five-and-a-half-hour drive that went smoothly and without any real incidents to report. The weather was over cast, but did not rain. Not too hot, and not too cold.
We arrived ...
... and the shallow tides to
what I believe I can safely say was all our favorite exhibit: penguins. Have
you ever seen a bunch of penguins playing with each other? It's friggin'
adorable. We happened to come around feeding time, which meant playing +
wrestling for food + adorable eating. I won't bore you with the details of what
we watched, but do highly encourage some serious youtubing of “penguin