Le Saint Malo
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... of plants. There are 31 specialised segments. Our favourite outdoor gardens were the Chinese Gardens which opened in 1991 as a joint venture between Montreal and Shangai.
They are currently running a special theme at the Chinese Garden called 'The Magic of Lanterns' dedicated to Zheng He. Zheng He was a Muslim from the Yunnan Province. When he was young the Ming Dynasty conquered his Province in 1378 and he was taken to the ...
... a plenty in Montreal.
It’s maybe a little too cool for us. Whilst most people we spoke to were friendly overall the place does not feel as inviting as Quebec or Toronto. The French is also very weird, it uses a strange accent a bit like Scouse French and Montrealans will quickly tut at any attempt to use French French and revert to ...
... board and spoke with the guy, I found out that there was some sort of issue at the airport that the police were sorting out, and that traffic was backed up for ages, he couldn't make the proper loop to the terminal B, which was the one I needed to go to, naturally(!) that's why he was running so late. Anyway, I arrived, got dropped off as close as he could get, and then had to lug my luggage over 2000m to the right terminal. I only managed to drop it once, in the muddy snow, ...
... carpark catch the hotel shuttle to the Botanical Gardens and park then the metro and pick us up at the end of the day. I said thank you but we were going to our next accommodations to check in.
Richard borrowed a hotel luggage trolley from Reception we loaded everything on packed the car and went down the road (Rue Viau) to our “Bachelor's Pad”. It may have been raining but it is bloody cold outside and the wind goes ...
... so that one day I can share all of them.
Comparison to India
First of all, I have to say that my two months experience in India really has prepared me well to take on any new country or culture in the world. That is because India was such a different world where simply surviving and getting from city to city was an everyday challenge, that in contrast my trip this summer to South America was quite a breeze.
On a business ...