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... br> provided enough clarity for our earlier than expected arrival. We had also anticipated bi-lingual signs and
directions, however, there was no English at all. We were back onto metric, but that’s about
the end the familiarity for us.
If you haven’t already, now is the time to pour the tea or vino and run the bath.
We followed ‘Nancy’ (our GPS) into downtown
Montreal and pulled over to find a café with wifi ...
... I highly recommend going - they have a sloth! Next door was the Planetarium which was cool as I got to see the different consolations as I'm in the northern hemisphere. And I walked around Old Montreal. Really old buildings with cobblestone roads and things. Other than that - I ate out lots, saw some wicked bands and meet some cool people. And partied hard I guess. Quebec is up next which I'm really going to struggle with the French but it's all part of the experience I ...
Kate and I have just spent our last of six nights in Montréal. It was hard to get Kate to take to it; she was missing her beloved Charlottetown and she kept muttering about French people in Canada being unnatural. After a time however, I think she came to like it. Especially after I took her to the Jardin Botanique.
Kate has a point. Montréal is the biggest city we have been to thus far. In fact, I read that it is Canada's second largest city, so it was a bit of a leap ...
... then we were back out in the snow and walked to the train. Our waterproof hiking boots are not surviving too well in the snow and the ridiculous amount of salt everyone covers the ground with. Some repairs are needed when we get back to warmer weather.
That evening we went for a walk and got tickets to cirque de soleil. We had some time before the show so we went to a little pub and tried some poutine for dinner. One each was tough. Hot chips, ...
... in India, meeting plenty of Babson Alums and amazing Entrepreneurs, I knew that I wanted to repeat the experience in a new setting. Then thinking about the list of BRIC countries and the upcoming World Cup and Olympics, I decided that Brazil would be the the ideal location to continue this project. Then back at Babson, i learnt about the Uruguay and Argentina study abroad program and realized that we ...