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... just in case you fear I’m getting too sentimental, they both paid for my meals out and admission to several places so maybe that’s why they mean so much to this student who can’t turn down a free meal.
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Goodbye Canada, hello America. I already missed Tim Horton’s, but by the 9th of May I was ready to start exploring the land of the free. Apart from a few short visits to the U.S., this was my first time travelling ...
... Canadian dish which is basically just chips, cheese and gravy.
We spent some time sight seeing in Ottowa. The old government buildings are stunning and is all round a beautiful city. We visited the national gallery which was so massive I got lost through all the exhibitions, it was the most impressive collection of art I have ever seen. Nath did cause quiet a stir in the gallery though when his thongs had a blow out and he was in bare feet. In ...
... scroll through to see what suits your fancy. I've listed the title of the piece on each picture, and tried to include the country which submitted the entry. There are several entries that are real standouts and are truly exceptional, I may have more pictures of these.
It's difficult to tell a few significant features even from the pictures. One, that these are all made out of plants; two, the scale of the art - many are larger than life size, and some are even the size of ...
... in an air conditioned café across the street. After lunch it was still hot and muggy so it was possibly the worst day to do the bus tour but we did it anyway hoping the breeze on the top of the bus would cool us down. The tour was pretty good and I did see a few more areas we hadn’t seen before. We did learn a bit more about the city too like the fact that it has 32 kms of ‘underground city’, complexes, apartments, shopping and walkways all connected ...
... walked the Old port; an area which has been developed into a park and cycle route with some attractions along the way (not that much was open as we are just out of season). Being a bit tired this was very much a stroll and only when Kate was pooped on by a Seagull did anything dramatic occur. It was a nice walk though and introduced us to the nicer parts of Montreal. Our arrival yesterday had been tainted by not only the rain, but also through the feeling that there are quite a ...
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