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... Haiti; it is time to leave for another endeavour. You guys surely burn to know where we're going...
It will be in a totally different culture again, and we're pretty happy about it. A new continent, a French-speaking place mixed with another new language, in a setting where our quality of life will definitively improve. Not bad, hey?
We've moving to Morocco, my friends! Yes sir! To Rabat, the capital city of Morocco, where Richard spent ...
... oldest university in Canada. Our main reason for going to the old town area was to visit a small cafe called "Olive et Gourmando" that is known for its tasty lunches. We wanted to do a food tour today as Montreal is known for its eateries, micro breweries and bagels. Our first stop at 'Olive et Gourmando' did not disappoint. It was one of the most delicious paninis we had ever had. The filling included spicy chicken, mango, tomato and avocado. The heat from the flavouring ...
Mission crepe successful, I tried my fortune on the famous Montreal Metro. Comparatively easy to other cities, I head along the same green line train from downtown at Peel St to Pie-ix, where I come above ground to view the iconic Montreal landmark, Olympic Tower. It is impressive, and to me rather looks like a gargantuan, futuristic horseshoe crab. Definitely worth a few photos!
My true reason for the journey west today is to spend the day at the Jardins Botanique - ...
... that wherever you're going, people live there. They will have stuff available to buy, if you forget something essential. It may not be the exact brand or style that you're accustomed to at home, but there will be something that serves the purpose. I don't usually pack a whole lot of "just in case" stuff, because if I forget something, I can always buy it there. It's liberating once you embrace that notion, since it prevents you from over-packing.
... 1535. From two lookouts you have a grand vista of the city, even if it was a little wet and misty.
Next was the biggest church you have ever seen. St Joseph's Oratory is the largest church in Canada and 3rd largest dome in the world. It is so large that it has a series of escalators internally. Father Andre initiated the building of the basilica in 1904. The current church was started in 1924 and completed in 1967. Father Andre died in 1937 and was canonised as ...
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