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... get a hard copy map from a tour bus shop to help us work out where we needed to go. We were finding it very difficult to work out directions from an underground maze of tunnels and shops and paths and subways and overhead bridges. It was very confusing. We were both exhausted and cold and I must admit I felt rather glum. We found a supermarket (say grocery store so they know what you mean) and bought some milk, breakfast supplies and some tv dinners and fresh fruit and vegies. I ...
... where Mum and Dad spent
about 6 hours, getting various proficient tour guides to show them around the impressive
array of art. The tour guide quizzed us on our opinion of a piece of modern art, to which we replied
that black paint on a wall just looks like black paint on a wall. She must have
despaired of us. I don’t really fully understand all this modern art business. After a delicious Spanish culinary
experience, we watched ...
$3 dollars for a bottle of Amsterdam blonde, only about £1.50! I met with the
lovely internationals, and in true Emily Bright style pushed the boat out with
the most epic tasting strawberry milkshake I’ve had in a long time!
Thursday: The Toronto film festival kicked off today!
However, Thursday was also a day of coming of age. I realised today that I’ve
finally become an adult. I was excited to go to Wallmart and purchase a ...
... as the Old Town is primarily a tourist area full of French style cafés, restaurants, hotels, museums etc. In QC we were not so lucky with the weather and the first full day we spent there was extremely windy so we were unable to spend much time outside, but day two was much better and we made up for what we had missed over the remaining time there, which was essentially walking all over the upper and lower sections of Old Quebec and through the Plains of Abraham. ...
Tonight was the night. The night that would set off the journey that we'd been planning for the better part of a year.
And wouldn't you know it, good old Murphy and his law showed up...
I had done so well. Everything was organized and I had everything I needed (Or so I thought...). I packed it all up, doing one last double check that I didn't miss something. I close up my duffel bag, and the seam for the zipper splits. That'll teach me to not buy a ...