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... we then had a bit of a wander around some of the department stores including Simons – a Quebec store. Craig got himself a neat hat and I got a couple of tops.
We were ready for some lunch so went hunting for a pub which did lunches. We found McLean’s Bar and in we went – to find that in all of the pubs in all of Montreal – who was sitting enjoying some lunch and a beer but Ken and Carol – our Australian friends from ...
... sleep and 4 minutes of light sleep. We arrived at JFK right on time 6:57AM. We had to take a shuttle bus to the commuter plane terminal. Onboard our Montreal flight, we heard the announcement that one engine would not start and the pilot had called for a mechanic. After sitting for 40 minutes, the mechanic determined we needed a new starter so back to the terminal we went. Delta was very good about providing snacks and beverages but the information varied. First ...
... coffee and atmosphere. She pointed out lots of places we could go to later and explained the characteristics of all the neighbourhoods. It was a lovely 18 degrees, so at the end of the tour we had a beer in the sunshine. Here I got to know fellow Aussie Scott from Melbs better and got talking to Nikki from North Hampshire (UK) and Antonio and his friend (I didn't catch his name and his English was limited) from Mexico. We had some beers, chatted to the French on the table ...
... slow-moving attitude, as though in apology for the stressful journey it knew I had endured to get there. I moved and breathed slowly, the pace of the latter catching momentarily at unexpected glimpses of impervious mountain range, and at the intimate details of typical Newari life that lay modestly tucked away behind centuries-old wood-shuttered doorways.
Travel always makes me feel fed and fortunate and full of awe, but Bandipur was a ...
... everyone starts the conversation in French. Once they hear our Aussie twang or pathetic attempt to respond in French, they quickly switch to English. Montreal is pretty pretty pretty. It was 11 degrees and raining when we set off this morning which only added to its beauty. All around you can hear French conversations with the odd Canadian/English thrown in. After the totally elegant breakfast we headed to one of the big art galleries - I can't remember what ...
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