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I'm almost embarrassed to admit that I've never been to Mexico.
It seems like, along with Cuba or the Dominican Republic (two other places I have never been), Mexico is the default holiday destination for sun-seeking North Americans looking to escape to a resort or an all-inclusive. As a result, pretty much everyone I know has been there. And they tend to look at me funny when I explain that, yes, I've been to over 40 countries but not to the ...
... br> VRM: I have chocolate bars, sweets, a slice of this chocolate marble cake?
Me: Just the coffee will be fine, thanks.
VRM (pouring coffee): I'm so sorry, there were lots of children back there. They took all the hot chocolate.
Me: That's alright.
VRM: Would you like cream and sugar?
Me: Yes please.
VRM: Ah, I also have (produces, with something of a flourish, a bottle of chocolate milk) this?
Me (quite tempted): ...
... experiences as possible. What I didn’t foresee is that in doing so, I’ve also fostered my own special version of true love.
Though my love affair with the world will never end, I haven’t given up on finding a real-life, flesh-and-blood version to bring along with me on the adventure. My heart still yearns and hopes for the real thing; I don’t mind sharing that secret with you.
Just please, don’t tell my ...
What a beautiful day, the sun was out the skies were clear. I think I've have the best weather I could have hoped for this whole trip. I started my day with a walk around Île Sainte-Hélène and Île Notre-Dame. This is the location of the Montreal F1 track, which I walked part of and took some photos for dad:) then I enjoyed the views the island have to offer. Notre-Dame island is entirely man made from the earth that was excavated from the creation of the metro ...
... of Melbourne, where everybody looked Canadian but spoke French. Luckily people weren't as offended as people from France when we revealed we couldn't speak French. They swapped with ease to English with a strong Canadian accent and you would have never of guessed a moment earlier they were speaking another language. In fact when we were in a bar having a beer we overheard the table next to us speaking in English then French then English, as if they didn't realise they had ...