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... Of course we had to walk back up the stairs.
Driving in Ontario and Quebec has been interesting. It would appear as though obeying the speed limit and stopping at stop signs is considered to be optional. Many drivers seem to ignore both of these. Traffic lights are interesting - green flashing light means the facing cars have a red light and we can turn. You can turn right on a red light with care except on the Island of Montreal where it is prohibited.
... a short drive out of town. It is a waterfall that is about 30m higher than that of Niagara so it is quite special. Even more so in winter where nearly the entire waterfall freezes over. We walked along river at the base, downstream of the falls and took some photos of the frozen falls. From here we saw people walking along a bridge on ...
... ALL nations. To my surprise they did.... There on the top shelf in the 4th aisle I spotted several jars of vegemite. Impressive. $8.50 for a small jar was not so impressive but now that my supply has run out I wish I had made the investment at the time.... So tired of jam. Pleased that Australia was represented in this lil Quebec store I was happy to move on to our next stop which Pierre promised would offer a delicious and more sizeable sample. Everyone was almost cheering when ...
... the world.
You are independent.
You don't have to worry about following the plan. Because there is no plan. The best plan is no plan! Just go with where the wind blows you. Spontaneous is the best.
You are a one man tour group. You read up you make sense of the things around you. You look after yourself, you don't have to trouble about what other people want.
When you are lonely, write your travel journal, or talk to a stranger.
It is only when you ...
... Bar for the first time, which is a Canadian invention. It is a slice that consists of a chocolate base that reminded me of hedgehog slice, with a creamy "custard" filling and thick chocolate on the top. It was good, but very sweet! We bought them from the oldest grocery store in North America. For dinner that night I tried poutine for the first time, which is fries with a gravy-like sauce and cheese curds. It sounds and looks fairly gross, but it’s actually delicious. The ...