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Travel Blogs from Montreal
Also als aller erschts: Ich han die beschte Lüüt vo de Wält um mich ume :)
Als zweits: Ich bin guet in Montréal acho ;)
Ich wett uf dem Weg nomal allne DANKE säge für d'Bsüech, die ufmunternde Wort, die herzige Gschänkli, die liebe Brief und SMS... eifach für alles es riese D-A-N-K-E!!
Und jetzt mini Story vo de Reis:
... on double dates... only to realize later on that we were with the wrong person. Ahaha! anyways, He had taken his two weeks off work to take the Greyhound to BC from Montreal and back again, just so he could attend Canada's largest festival. SHAMBHALA!
He couldn't stop raving about his time in the beautiful mountains at this mind blowing festival.
All he wanted to do was to return for the next year, but ...
... rough the road gets. Never taking one another for granted. A good laugh now and then.
And while it can’t rub my feet or call me in the middle of the day to say it misses me, the world and I have the rest of it down in spades.
Sure, we have major disconnects. Drag-'em-out fights. Complete communication breakdowns. Moments when we border on disrespecting one another. Times when it feels like the other is against us, rather than on ...
... lost all our food shopping (thrown out by hostel staff) we decided to head to one of the well-known food markets, Marche Jean-Talon, and bought some fruit and veg. See pics.
That night Jenny cooked up a storm and we had some great food. The following day we headed to the Olympic Park where the 1976 Olympics were held. The park is a monument to the wonder that is concrete! Everything is concrete! The park is famous for the tallest leaning tower in ...
... I got a later start today than anticipated after having my last wonderful breakfast with Shambrait and Anne-Marie. Shambrait is continuing toward St John, her final destination, so we part ways. Leaving the apartment at 9am, I made my way toward the edge of Quebec City in the rain, and stuck out my thumb. It was 10:30am. Two hours and three locations later, I half gave up and headed to McDonald's for wifi. I had seen last night an ad ...