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Heading out of Boston proved a much easier deal than finding our way in, and we set off in search of Phil George's home to collect some mail. We had a really fun visit with him and his family; our kids finding instant rapport with Kyle & Grace, and they would have happily set up camp in their garden for the next week. But we had an appointment …
... s a little table that comes out of the armrest and garbage bags at every seat. A staff member brings the food and drinks trolley down the aisle and serves you stuff that's actually a reasonable price. As with all Canadians, the staff are both extremely helpful and unnecessarily apologetic:
Me: Can I have a hot chocolate please?
Via Rail Man (VRM): I'm so sorry, I've run out of hot chocolate.
Me: Ok, I'll have a coffee instead ...
... time in my life, during which I could go through tough emotions, but managed to go (I think!) at the end of them. Not they that are all over, but I had time to identify them and learn to live with them. I had to face especially tough events in Haiti, to which I never was confronted to before. I had to learn that. I also had to reach deep into my heart and soul, to find a wounded Marc and learn to take care of him, heal him. I also had to face grieving like I ...
... sunrise so went up the front of the train and checked out the restaurant no coffee so walked back to the back of the train and climbed up to the Dome car an discovered people asleep on the chairs and the coffee there was cold but chatted to a lady it turns out neither her or her husband could sleep on the train in the bunks as they said it was too rough, well i slept like a log did not wake up once except for loo stops. The sun was coming up so off i ...
... bands playing that night and I actually bought a CD.
The food, oh my gosh the food. Is there something that Montreal does not offer?
From Poutine (which was actually better in a Mall in Nanaimo) to a thin Italian Pizza, from Salads, Falafel and generous Indian Thali to Organic Nutbread and Vietnamese Noodle Soup they had it all. And cheap. And amazingly good.
I could not even imagine to cook myself - I still did it, but it was senseless.
And then it was ...
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