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... end. Above is just a sample of my experiences, albeit a rather long sample. What have I learnt from the experience? Too much to properly put into words. I learnt a bit from my classes, more from my travels and most from the people I met. I have been fortunate enough to meet people from across the world that I can now call friends and hope to stay in contact with. It is unbelievable to think how quickly my time has gone, but they do say that time flies when you’re having fun. ...
... the last few years. Kev was keen to check out where the show was taking place in town even though all the tickets were already sold out and there wasn't really any chance of attending. We were staying on St Laurent st which is what the locals call "main street" and used to be the main street back in the day. Montreal reminded us a lot of Melbourne in Australia, except instead of just a few areas like Fitzroy being 'hipster' or 'cool' neighbourhoods, most of Montreal ...
... fear, hopelessness and eventually total chaos and even madness at the other side of the crowd. The sculptor brings us from the light of life to the darkness of the human condition in a matter of seconds. Ironically, I examined this first from the back, as I exited the bank, so I saw the people of the crowd emerging from dark emotions to happier stages showing humanity can go in either direction. I stayed here longer than I ...
So like I said before Alex and I are 10 hours early for our fight to Paris. The security man laughed at us and the check in lady said we couldn't even check our bags until 6:55... We have been here since 1. Had our last Canadian Starbucks (Alex had his usual crazy expensive drink). Looking forward to the red eye fight so that we can catch some ZZZ's as we are pretty exhausted from running around the past few ...
... and several other groups to build a canal that would allow ships to bypass the treacherous Lachine Rapids. They didn’t achieve their goal until 1825 and once it opened Montreal grew and thrived and much trade was taken away from Quebec City.
Jane suggested Chris and I rent bikes and go and she would look after Zach for the morning until we returned in the afternoon. Bless her. So once again we went down to Old Montreal and the Port area (the start of the ...
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