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Since around March I've had the idea to take a year off to travel. It was right after I received my final acceptance from the fifth school I had applied for. I sat there, with five options branching into completely different fields of work; none of which I was certain I wanted to do. People told me I would figure it out after the first year. I didn't believe them. I knew what I really wanted ...
... purchases were a necklace, two bottles of wine, a few trinkets from the places where it was expected, and a ceramic plate from airport duty-free on my way home. I don't believe in taking an extra bag with me for souvenirs, since that will only encourage me to shop, and besides, most airlines limit you to one bag now anyway. I prefer to spend my money on experiences than on things.
- Security. I'm not a big believer ...
... wasn't even that there was nothing to eat! We set off towards the
Biodome via metro, thinking “hey, this is the Olympic Park, a famous museum,
there's bound to be food around here, right?” (See above rant for accuracy of
statement). So with a mostly run-down, residential neighborhood surrounding us,
we went into the Biodome hoping for some museum food. This is where we made the
grave error. The museum had food, ...
... both had salads and they were lush. We had a lovely time with the girls over a relaxed lunch. With lunch finished we hit the streets again, this time down to the canals, harbour and Old Montreal. There was a jazz festival (jazz hands please) taking place at the harbour, we grabbed some cold drinks (non-alcoholic) and sat and chilled for an hour listening to a cover band called Alter-Ego. It was such fun, the sun beating down with our new found friends having a giggle. ...
... mostly naked bars in Montreal and then a kebab after. I woke up hungover but continued to explore - off to see the Tam Tams in the Parc du Mont-Royale memorial as recommended by Nat Allen. The Tam Tams are a bunch of very cool high individuals that get together to jam at the memorial. drums, guitars, sitars and saxs, and anyone welcome. One guy we realised was just there to look cool, he wasn't actually playing the guitar, just air stemming and walking around staring at ...
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