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... times to no avail. Since I am in Canada and my phone is on airplane mode, it does not register online via GPS either. I find myself **** out of luck in this regard.
Nothing particularly bothers me that was lost except my pictures, but most of the good ones have been posted on this blog thankfully. Nearly everything else is recoverable. It makes travel far more difficult however, as I said before my phone ...
... trees, and garden beds with bright flowers are everywhere. It's like a really nice version of Paris!
We spent a long time exploring the streets, and came across a circus parade! This was full of young people doing all kinds of tricks, ect, and made the streets vibrant and excited. We continued walking once we had seen the parade, and found ourselves being washed in with the crowd that was moving into an area that had ...
... most of
us, our only refuge for the day from the stress and craze of the regular sophomore
grind, so the last thing on our mind was more stressful planning. Let it be
known that this is one of the big reasons I don't plan: it's silly to have your
vacation planned out! What if I wake up one day and all I want to do is walk
around a city eating poutine sippin' on sangria? I can't already have tickets
to a show or ...
... pleasant surprise. Modern, convenient and friendly. The first of several meals alone with my Kobo and off to bed. Tomorrow I am off to Frankfurt enroute to South Africa. A series of new airports and a combination of euphoria and sleep deprivation await me. A marathon and definitely not a sprint. Luckily I am travelling only with a single piece of orange hand luggage (which my wife declared to be a tad girly in color as I prepared to board my flight to Montreal). And so it ...
... bottle of water and some food. I was not in the mood for the hustle of the bus terminal or decoding the language to try and buy sandwich. I guess it was a culture shock I wasn`t prepared for. I had believed the city would offer a mix of spoken languages but French was clearly the preferred dialect!
I had decided to walk to my hostel as it was only a 15min walk. So ofcourse, the pavement was uneven and I had to walk up ...