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... fact that there is a sign outside that says its a non smoking floor. We dump our bags and open all the windows we can find and head out to Starbucks for some fresh air.
The locals speak French and English so its a little easier to communicate and I'm not stressed trying to remember French to not appear rude.
We grab a late dinner at a burger joint and do a little grocery shopping before turning in. Exciting huh?
Day 2: today we head up to Parc ...
... either shuffling around trying to find a quieter, darker corner, preferably with somewhere they could plug in their electronics, or already camped out on the floor at every corner. I was too tired to stay upright any more, so put my coat on the floor, put my suitcase flat, and tried to rest with my head on that. There's a reason they call it a suitcase and not a pillow. Poor Ben the puppet became a pillow instead, at least he was getting plenty of use this trip. I knew ...
... and then we went to Canadian Tire. The petrol lock was bloody expensive over $5.00 of taxes saw some coffee filter machines there they are cheap and as I said to Richard another thing to carry and we may not be able to use it in Perth. On the way back we pulled into Esso for petrol $1.349 and Richard was hungry so we had to go to Tim Hortons for a Boston Cream Donut and thank god he is now sick of them.
While I was cooking dinner ...
... so that one day I can share all of them.
Comparison to India
First of all, I have to say that my two months experience in India really has prepared me well to take on any new country or culture in the world. That is because India was such a different world where simply surviving and getting from city to city was an everyday challenge, that in contrast my trip this summer to South America was quite a breeze.
On a business ...
... surpassed my expectations, and that part of the world is definitely high on my list for a return visit.
Thanks to all of you for reading, sharing and commenting on this blog. As much as I love solo travel, it's awesome to be able to share it with friends and family back home. It almost feels like you were there with me. I sincerely hope you've enjoyed reading about my trip as much as I've enjoyed living it.