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... to the bus stop still managing to be 50minutes early. I am definitely off Fiji Time! The bus was really nice, with better wifi than the hostel and power sockets, although my adapter was too big too fit in the space. Either way I'd prefer it to be cheaper and take my chances with Greyhound! The hostel in Montreal is on the block behind the main bus and train depot which is handy. Once here I set about planning my next few days. I've made ...
... had any interest at all in trains I think them would have left me to it. The entry cost was $18 which I thought was pretty steep. So anyway I went back to the main hall and spent a bit more time checking out the things I had rushed through earlier.
When it was 1pm I left pretty disappointed and went to the Tim Horton’s on the way back to the railway station to buy a coffee and donut to cheer myself up. Well I had thought all French Canadians could ...
... fine, but definitely no frills
(but we paid a no-frills price, so are not complaining). They provide wine and beer and soft drinks
free, but for the first time on an international flight there is a charge of $7
for spirits. We have a reasonable meal soon after taking off. We were expecting another meal, but it turns
out to be a bread roll with turkey, and a biscuit. We are served breakfast towards the end of
the flight, which is either an omelette ...
... cool to see one close up, they do hit each other pretty hard! I then walked over to the parc and began the trek to the top. Now it didn't look that high at the bottom but it's pretty steep - ascending 200m in about 600m. It certainly had me puffing by the time I got to the top! The views were amazing though, and it was good to see how far I'd walked. I took the scenic(aka long) way down walking along trails through the woodland and it was there that I saw ...
... of classic rock songs going, so it had really started to feel like a road trip. We stopped off for lunch in a bandstand in a tiny little town overlooking the St Lawrence river and it was lovely. We chatted to Gemma and Shellie about tattoos and it turns out that Shellie wants one in the same Pacific Northwestern Inuit style that I do, which is pretty cool. As we approached Montreal it was rush hour, the traffic was heaving and we were stuck in ...
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