Montreal Backpackers Globetrotter Hostel
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... and Djaouida had picked a novel from a Quebecois author, Jacques Poulin, entitled "Autumn Rounds." Thanks to our dictionaries, we had all slowly made our way through the first five, short, chapters. Djaouida had written a companion workbook to "Autumn Rounds," and we all really enjoyed class.
"Autumn Rounds" is a novel about a man called The Chauffeur who operates a book mobile for the library. He meets a woman named Maria at a ...
... still flying along so it was a bit disappointing to not really get to see the colours of the trees as they flashed past us, we were delayed a few times once by a train with a broken down engine that only was going at a slow walking pace so as a result we were an Hour late into Halifax, we de-trained and got a taxi to the hotel and Booked in so tomorow is our first full day in Halifax Nova Scotia so talk soon sleep well all.
Cheers Baz and Taz.
... it was up hill. It was probably only 18 degrees but because it was so humid we were sweating a fair bit. It was strange to see people running and walking with sweat streaming off them on a day in September. After our run, shower and morning bagel taste testing we walked to the area where Montreal's old town is located. It's probably the prettiest area in regards to the old buildings and a lot less people. We walked to the old town through McGill University campus which ...
... the road. Later put all our warm gear on, and walk
down to shops at Atwater.
We’re happy to
find that we’re not too cold in our gear, and we don’t stand out –everyone is
dressed in similar type gear. We bought
two down coats from the US over the internet before we left home – had one
delivered to Australia and one forwarded to Adam’s place. No-one looks very happy walking around
outside, and lots ...
... our focus on Christ and that we have a God that loves us will guide us thru our troubles. Verne led us in a devotion this morning that was very fitting. Scripture passage was from Deuteronomy 8:1-10. In the devotion, the author describes how he recently wrote an Article about the importance of obeying the law, and how he then ventured out on an 850 mile trip, determined to obey the ...