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... who had recently moved to Montreal. Dave & Ron used to work together at the shipyard & brewery.
Montreal is a city on an island in the St Lawrence River so we were able to cycle the "Old Port" area and part of the Lachine Canal. We are so glad we bought the bikes with us because it's the best way to explore.
... worst and wondered if refused entry, what our plan B could be for 3 weeks of organised travel!
Happily to our HUGE relief, God was smiling upon us and we were allowed to leave to go and retrieve our lone bags spinning around the carousel. On retrieving my smaller brand new suitcase..only it’s second flight, I found it was ...
... I'll wait and deal with them in the morning. First things first, a long luxurious shower followed by sleep. Travel definitely teaches you to appreciate the little things.
If you're still reading at this point -- and I can't imagine why you would be -- I hope you've enjoyed following my travels. I'll look forward to sharing stories and photos with most of you in person really soon, and coming up with fun and creative answers to the inevitable great question: Where's next?
... unfortunately; whilst ladies are supposed to glow rather than sweat, I’m afraid there was no other word for what we were all doing as we walked to the bank and then the bus stop in the sweltering heat. We took solace in the bank and experienced the bliss of air-conditioning before heading out to face the hot summer once again; Claire said next week is meant to be the most unbearable week of the summer, fun times.
A long bus ride over to ...
... The constant loop of Christmas carols combined with people (like me haha) setting off the singing toys every 5 seconds would drive me crazy!!
Next stop on the tour was Victoria Square (nothing spesh, just another monument really), and then went in search of one of those 'underground shopping centres' we had read so much about.
Hahahahahah, wasn't that an adventure and a half?! We picked this place called 'Bonaventure place' that had over 130 shops, cinemas, all ...