Val Des Neiges
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... scary. Adalia actually cried loudly the whole time, and I had the only children in the tour (even though the flyer showed heaps of kids having a great time). The parts i managed to hear over Adalia's screaming were quite interesting. At one point he spoke of Australia and said "you all know Australia's history" and one woman said "no, what was it?" I then got to hear what people had learnt about Australian history! As soon as the tour finished we were out ...
... water. This place is close to the estuary of the St Lawrence river which starts off at 40 miles wide but its not quite that wide here as you can at least see the other side. Its ecosystem means that food here is abundant for lots of marine life in particular minke, beluga and occasionaly hump back whales. Along with porpoises and seals this should be a trip with some unique sights. We didnt have to wait long for the first ...
... an emotional goodbye... Could have given an hour long speak to each of them, I miss them already!!! Loved their attempt at spelling out Monik through the window of the bus haha! An amazing first couch surfing experience, some incredible memories and friends for life, really hope I see them all again (fingers crossed for September!). Now I'm going to try and sleep as it's 1am... Bonne nuit et à la prochaine Québec ...
... Rape & Pillage galore – just plain ugly. Tidbits:
- Quebec City parking meters are great; you can re-feed your meter from any pay machine in town.
- Quebec “national” parks (must be an independence thing) do not allow dogs :(.
... but really creepy! We stopped for macaroons, which I've never had before but they looked so delicious that I had to try them. they did not disappoint. After the market, we tried to find the narrowest house in North America (12ft apparently, which is minuscule compared to everything else around here), but that was a big fail. By this point, everyone's feet really hurt and we were sleepy, so we walked back to the pier restaurant we'd sat in to watch the ...