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... to wash hands, take 3 showers a day because that is what the Burkinabé do and they already think white people are dirty, etc, and the list goes on! After our prep class we all made a mad dash for the laundromat to do our laundry for the first time in two weeks and before we pack up for Burkina. We also ran to the pharmacy and loaded up on shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant, sunscreen and bug spray! It was quite the ordeal. After I finished everything ...
... and at the tourist information we accepted defeat and surrendered to the warm and local cuisine (documented elsewhere). That day and night were happily filled between various eateries .
The next day our patience was rewarded with beautiful blue skies and we duly took ourselves around the whole of the old town, onto a Ferry, across the fields of Abraham and out to get pretty drunk (all of which deserve it’s own entry). Our final day in Quebec started early , in a ...
... to operate and could fire canonballs some 3 miles!! After many photos of the river, the fort amd the canons we moved on passed the officers quarters to what is now the Governor General of Canada's second residence. Back in 1972 the GG at the time saw an opportunity to relocate to a national historical site so moved in to a wing of the Officers Quarters and called it his own. This tradition contiues today. We moved further along to the part of the fort with the best views. ...
... like collapsing already. But I still made dinner fromage avec des legumes.
After eating, immediately K.O.
At the end of day, I had a very fulfilling day. Though I was exhausted but all the events today directed me to make a few decisions.
- To eat good
- To take the express bus at 730am everyday and take it home 5pm
Happy travelling M.
V, M is waiting for you to come and join me in this adventure ^^
... exterior stone walls, grassy knolls and cannons. From the Citadel, you have fantastic views of the city, the St. Lawrence, and the Chateau Frontenac. Returning to our hotel a few blocks away for a short rest, we then meandered over to the Cafe Paris for a dinner of Chateaubriand and wine. Next time, we'd like to fly into Quebec City and spend 4-5 days. It was with regret when we left Quebec City southbound for the ...