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Except for a couple of rude arrogant french people this has been also very interesting.
It started out very hot again Friday then poured and thundered on and off all day. We got absolutly drenched a few times but it was better than the heat.
Old Montreal is a fasinating place. The Notre Dame Basillica was some …
... could do was put me on standby for a 6:30 am flight to Montreal, then on to Vancouver, which meant I'd have to by pass Winnipeg. She couldn't guarantee that onward flight either, since it was fully booked, overbooked actually, just like nearly every flight was at this stage. I couldn't let myself forget that there were thousands of people in this predicament. I didn't realize just how bad it actually was until days later when I read the newspapers and saw the TV reports. ...
... early in the day but our fears and Rish's warning was confirmed on arrival to the front door. There were at least 20 people waiting at the front door and you had to put your name down for a table. Yes at 11.45am. We knew on seeing this that the food was going to be really good. Thankfully we were offered a spot on a table with strangers which we gratefully accepted given we had now smelt the food and were super hungry. On sitting down at our table we were ...
... in the country. Thanks to this we were able to visit a ton of museums for free throughout all of Brazil.
One major culture shock that we faced in Brazil is the everlasting queues everywhere you go. Mostly in the supermarkets, it seemed as if Brazilians all went shopping for groceries every night and so the stores were almost always full and we waited at times literally over 30 minutes simply to buy pasta or bananas.