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... the afternoon to go off exploring the city on our own. Louise and I decided to climb Mount Royale. Mount Royale is how the city of Montreal got its name. In French the mountain (Mount Royale) is pronounced Mont Real. Before we started our walk towards Mount Royale we grabbed some lunch. Beth told us we should try Poutine which is a local specialty dish - chips, gravy and melted cheese. It was delicious but too much can leave you with a quite ...
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Long time no see, euh, pardon, je suis censé parler français! J'ai pas été très bavard la dernière année. Pas grand-chose à dire, j'imagine, mais beaucoup à réfléchir! Mais là, mais là là, pour ceux qui ne le savent pas encore, attachez vos tuques, car y'a une grande nouvelle! Après 4 ans et demi en Haïti, nous allons quitter ce pays pour une autre destination. Enfin! Je dis "enfin", car depuis un an et demi, ...
... the loudest conversations in French, presumably on her mobile but perhaps she was responding to the mumbling man in front, for about 10 minutes. We nicknamed the toilet the "business center" after this. We arrived in Quebec City and made our way to our first ever 'Air bnb' accomodation. 'Air bnb' is a website that allows people to rent out a room, flat or house for short stay accomodation. It has a review function so you can ascertain if the person who you are booking with ...
... French breakfast: a light, quick, yet sumptuously filled crepe. On past excursions to Paris, crepe makers are everywhere, and have been my saviors after extended walks. Whether your fancy is sweet or savory, this affordable, filling meal has always been one of my favorites when traveling. Only thing is, I can really only find them in Paris and very occasionally in other spots - I bought one from a vendor at the famous Pike Place Market in ...
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