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... to wash hands, take 3 showers a day because that is what the Burkinabé do and they already think white people are dirty, etc, and the list goes on! After our prep class we all made a mad dash for the laundromat to do our laundry for the first time in two weeks and before we pack up for Burkina. We also ran to the pharmacy and loaded up on shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant, sunscreen and bug spray! It was quite the ordeal. After I finished everything ...
... really cool to see the very old buildings and hope that some day all of you can visit this fine city! So put this on your bucket list!!
Tomorrow we are off to Woodstock, NB. for a few days. We are having a great time and can't wait to see what is around the next curve.
Remember life is good!! Take time to enjoy it!!
Quebec, like Montreal is well known for it's cuisine and didn’t disappoint us. Not only were we able to eat well here we managed to eat relatively cheaply.
Our first day took us to the market where portions of salad and fries weren’t the cheapest but huge, fresh and came with a port view.
Day two we were forced to shelter from the snow and found Les Anciennes Cannadiens suitably accommodating. This is a restaurant where it would be quite possible to spend ...
... and snack on our pile of bagels. Rish drove us up part of the mountain and we parked up, grabbed our bagels and begun to walk off into the hills. The weather had been agreeable for our final morning providing stunningly bright sunshine although the wind was really cold. We strolled up a path and past a large beautiful lake that Rish commented he used to skate on each winter when it froze over. Rox and I had been imagining what this city would have been like each winter when ...
When we arrived in Quebec City, it was a great coincidence that this was the Festival of New France, which celebrates the arrival of French settlers in Quebec City.
I really like Quebec City. It doesn't feel like Paris at all. The buildings are much older - and much plainer, in a style that is firm, square, and unadorned.
The city's architecture shows that it was ...