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... arrogant French people. (no offence to the French people who are not like that, but its seriously ALWAYS THE FRENCH - In Canada, in France, in Belgium) Seriously, if I were an immigrant whatever, buy I'm always just a f***ing tourist. Not a Flemmish person (when in Belgium), not an immigrant (when in France/Canada). And for 6 years I did my part of practicing my French. I'm just done with that now.
So on day II we went to the Olympic Parc and had some Australian ...
... snakes). The stores linked to NZ were a jewellery and a honey store. I bought some jewellery as a present for my mum. Then I had chinese food because I felt like Asian.
This is probably the part where I should apologise to anyone reading my blog as well… because from this blog until San Antonio I really didn’t take notes and so I am doing all of this from memory and my memory is foggy!
I spent a lot of time while ...
... and Mel's favourite Montreal breakfast place which was nice (though Laura struggled to eat much through her hangover)...
Farewelling The Luis and Montreal (a town with some awesome character. Some moments you would believe you are in France, while others are like walking into a run down New York street from the 80's), we hit the road for Toronto. Laura had a nap on the road while I again took on the crazy roads of Toronto. We made it nice and safe ...
... Delicious. Great job Noah and crew. Every week I see them publishing great reviews from Food critics and magazines. I think they will do very well.
The Rabbit night there was some kind of Toronto Music Festival going on, on the street the restaurant was on, it was crowded with people, lots of stalls and stands and artists performing. Karin and Emma took us to the restaurant, but didn't want to risk trying the food and I had hoped ...
Once again the shift went far more quickly than I imagined and I was soon heading onto the quiet Sunday evening Toronto streets, but any attempt to blend into the background was obliterated by my poor decision to keep the bright orange volunteers’ t-shirt on. I was probably showing off, but a little bit of pride never hurt anyone, and there were plenty of others wearing theirs to keep mine from being too much of a talking point. ...
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