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TravelPod Member ReviewsChez Maurice Montreal
We really enjoyed staying here. Wonderful host. The Breakfast is unbelievable - kept us going ti whole day.
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... still sleeping. I'm liking running here! So after eating some of my cereal for breakfast yesterday, I saw that the hostel provides stuff to make pancakes for free... After watching 3 Suisse girls make perfect pancakes, I tried to do the same and ended up with lumps of mixture more than anything. Will be trying again today though. After breakfast I went back to the room and got talking to 2 French girls, one of which has been travelling/ working abroad for 2 ...
... seems to stand firm also. That governs slowly, but that governs. This country needs among others stability, there seems be a little of it at the moment.
The scandal of the moment: they are to investigate big networks of kidnapping mafia, in which would be involved big Haitian families. That goes pretty far, just as our Committee Charbonneau in Québec!
The human misery: ah! That there is!!!! That will never end here, we would say. But ...
... skills even if it's how to correctly dig an 8 foot hole with just shovels and hoes.
But the biggest reason by far is for the great people you meet on the trip. Both the locals and your fellow volunteers. I'm in Montreal this weekend to reunite with some of the great people who shared the Kenya experience with me! It's going to be great! :)
I learned a LOT about Canadian politics from my hosts, and Mathieu's friend Vince (who works as the assistant to the Liberal Chief Whip) was kind enough to give me a personal guided tour of the Ottawa Parliament the next day. This was fantastic, because I completed my American mission, to see practically ever legislature in practically every country; it was also fantastic for another reason. For those who haven't been to Ottawa, the Parliament is perhaps the ...
... particularly two Americans (not travelling together) called Theo and Lance. Theo was quick to explain that he was an actor and listed the films he’d 'starred in’. He also shared with us the agonising process of deciding whether to cut his hair or not – apparently a very serious and life-changing decision to be made for one in the performing arts... Lance was a nice guy. Quiet and a bit arty, he was a little more real than Theo, and we was good to talk to.