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... in 2001-2002. So we kind of already know what awaiting us, and the feeling is super good! So an Arabic-French culture, in a non-fundamentalist Islamic setting. Might learn some Arabic while I’m there, Inch Allah! And get lost in souks, in the desert, or by the sea. Learn more about cooking tagines and couscous, and other sweets, while drinking mint tea. Europe is just up there, while African safaris a flight away. You guys come with us?
... chicken was offset by the mango perfectly. Later that day we walked through the 'plateau' (the second hipster area in Montreal). We learnt that even the homeless people in Montreal are cool. One homeless man yelled at some young people walking down the street banging pots and pans together "shut up, you're ruining my feng shui here". We didn't realise street corners had feng shui. Silly us! We ended up at microbrewery 'La Babare' for dinner. We washed down two gourmet ...
... one of the largest in the world. Across Rue Sherbrooke from one another, this busy street illustrates one of Montreal's civic institutions: formal, differentiated bicycle lanes. Resembling miniature highways, they protect bicyclists from automobile traffic and encourage commuters to bike. Heavily used and complementing the BIXI (bike taxi) in the heart of the city, It is so heartening to see a large city investing in the health and safety of its citizens as well as truly being ...
Easy sailing through the fat roads of Toronto and onto the motor way.. A coupe of pit stops, and leftover humus and fresh bagels courtesy of Digini Dorfman, and we entered Montreal in rush hour traffic... Made it through all the road works and arrived safe and sound at the montreal moquette's. aunt harriett received us with open arms and was a quick friend to Zozo. Dinner at the entrecôte de st. Jean. Yummy ...
... for his miracles of healing. He requested that his heart be placed in a reliquary(container) as a protection for the church. Very creepy looking at an old heart in a glass box!!!
Last stop at a Farmer's Market with a delicious array of cheeses,fruits and veggies, pastries, meats and seafoods. We ended our day in front of the fire, warm and dry, drinking wine and eating cheeses and sausage, waiting for Tara to come home. She finally did at 11.30pm. How ...
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