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Tuesday morning, packed all remaining stuff into garage said goodbye to Fatharv dropped Adrian's car back at work. Tracy said some last goodbyes but I had done mine so was dropped in town to get some dollars and have a coffee.
Was collected by Tracy's Mom and Dad. ...
... before we treated ourselves with a Canadian Starbucks coffee. When we got back to the hostel, the others were taking a powernap. The combination of climbing a mountain and eating poutine made them sleep like babies, so it took us a while to get everyone out of bed. Once everyone was ready to go we took the metro to the Montreal Chinatown where I enjoyed a delicious duck dinner in restaurant Bejing. We spent the whole evening laughing and sharing stories and ...
... br> Another hour on and we crossed the border into Quebec. Now I didn't originally plan a trip to France but hey while i'm here I might as well drop in for a bit. The first visible thing we noticed was that the street signs changed instantly from English to French. We crossed the bridge over the river and were on the island of Montreal. Navigating to the city was easy even though we couldn't read any of the signs but we eventually found ...
... the lady on reception and she was very sympathetic and said the guy who cleared out the fridge would be in at 4pm. She would mention it to him and we could speak to him later to find out what happened. We were annoyed as we had around $20 CAD worth of food in there and more than that, it meant we had to go shopping again! Despite being annoyed we were nice with the lady and just wanted to talk to the guy to find out what happened.
So we went ...
Well, that's it, folks. I'm back on this side of the Atlantic, back in home sweet home Montreal. I arrived after a pretty painless flight from Amsterdam, on which I managed to doze a bit more, though I was still exhausted from the travel and in desperate need of shower and sleep.
One thing's for sure: Summer is back with a vengeance. After a few weeks of freezing cold overnight temperatures requiring tuques and gloves ...