Hotel l'Abri du Voyageur
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... one third of our continent.
Of course, you know me by now: I'm not exactly the sun-seeking package holiday type. Winter, for me, is more about finding the fresh snow and enjoying the cold weather. The sun turns me red as a lobster; the beach bores me to tears. I've never been tempted by the all-inclusive offers even once.
Why am I going to Mexico, then? Well, because I have it on good authority that once you get away from the ...
... Mine's unlocked, so when I get to a new country, it's extremely easy to buy a local SIM card for a few dollars and load it up with enough mobile data for however long I'll be there (which is REALLY cheap everywhere in the world that isn't Canada or the US, by the way). That way, whenever I'm somewhere without WiFi, I can usually get online if I need to. I just transfer the SIM card between my phone and my Rocket stick as ...
... the plane, as the airline would be fined if they flew me to Sydney without a visa. I pulled out my phone and located the receipt for my ETA, which specifically states that 'no physical visa documents are necessary'. While she had never heard of this, she let me go through. Phew.
Of course, I spent the next 24 hours with a nagging doubt that they would refuse to let me into the country,
I boarded my ...
... then out for a walk around the town, and up to the main
festival site. Unfortunately Olivia
falls asleep just as we get there, so misses out seeing everything. Unlike last
night, there are LOTS of people around tonight.
See everything we saw last night, but in addition we see some sculptors
working on their pieces, and go inside the Ice Palace, which is not as big as
we imagined from the web pages, but looks great up close with the ...
... sunscreen instead! With a good few hours to go before tonight's interview and show Paul and I set off to explore the Downtown area, wandering along Rue Mansfield to Rue Sherbrooke. Home to museums and galleries, we admire the street art on display and then start the climb into Mont Royal, the park which cover the higher reaches of the mountain from which the city derives its name. We make it up the initial stages, overtaken by seasoned joggers and hikers with ...