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... the boat and gave us a little show a breathing before diving once again and lifting its tail clear of the water as it went down. Photo op for the tourists. The captain not content with seeing one humpback though knew of another in the area and off we set to find that one too. This one is a bit of a local celebrity and she was born in the river 5 years ago so is due to move out very soon. Her name, Snow White. She appeared ...
... labour day weekend which means Every hostel, hotel, apartment even bus shelters were all booked up! Shiiiit! We're gonna be homeless for a night! Thankfully, one little comment to SAMs mum about our homelessness and she has a friend who has a friend who has an ex husband that lives in Halifax..... He's letting us stay the night Yayyyyy! We got breakfast, lunch, snacks, the ipad is fully charged and Valium and we are set for our 18 hour train journey! Chooo choooo ...
... our passports after Casey asked him (I don't think they usually do it), and then we were officially in Canada! It looks a lot like Vermont - really green and wet (still raining!) except that already the signs and radio are all in French. We stopped in a little town called Sherbrooke to pay into the kitty for food and to do the shopping for dinner tonight and lunch tomorrow, and Laura and I bought the biggest bag of Cheetos ever. ...
... at the other stages.
Hurray some gazebos! Only it's trance music, which we tire of after a few moments so move on.
Bingo our luck is in, as we wander through the park we discover a tent, a huge tent, with throngs of people, music, oh and beer! Without consulting Cyndie I'm straight in there.
Now I'm not quite sure what happened but here we met two blokes (Germain and Patrick) who are from Quebec and partying with ...
... explained them my condition, so they were not surprise when they saw me the first time. They just asked me some question like: "Why do you need crutches?" The first day, they all wished me a happy birthday and during the first week, some girls started to hug me! Now, they often hug me, which is cute. J Also, they thank me a lot for all the work that I do in class and some gives me drawings. A funny thing, the often want to ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed