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... face. You only see a curtain of water but the sound is ear shattering.
Then it was lunch time, this meant a drive downstream to the Trius Vineyard near Niagara on the lake. A well established vineyard, we had an informative winetasting and then a three course lunch for an extra CN$29 one could have matched wines with each course ...
... across the street from the ROM and Royal Conservatory. 1/2 buttermilk friend chicken with spicy dipping sauce (reminded me of the wings at Your Fathers Moustache in Halifax), wild game sausage with spatzel and a piece of blueberry pie. All delicious.
A quick nap followed.
Decided to take the bike for a ride around the city. Traffic is lighter and I can see more things. Not to mention I got pretty big blisters forming on ...
... experience in Montreal was eating poutine at the restaurant up the road from where we were staying. Poutine is, in much simpler form, chips, cheese and gravy, but not like the type from Checkers in central square. It's a bit more gourmet with a touch of Francais. Me and sarah are thinking of opening a poutine restaurant when we get back! Montreal is the most alternative city I have ever been to. One example of this is the tam-tams which sarah touched on. I'll upload ...
Note: Colombia has a great coach in Pekerman, one who has the pedigree and know-how to succeed in South America and I have to say before Falcao got hurt that I saw them going very far in the tournament but I believe their reliance on Falcao to score is too much even though they have other outstanding forwards. Greece's over reliance on Mitroglou and keeping things tight at the back cannot possibly stop the attack-minded opponents from scoring!
... patient pathways more efficient. It was great to see these processes in effect, especially as the Canadian healthcare system is much more similar to the U.K's compared to the US. Despite the Canadian system being government funded, they still had lots of discharge options for patients, similar to the US. They utilise the different discharge destinations in order to not keep patients in the acute setting. It showed me that this system can ...
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