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... 8217;t Twitter for the mundane life updates? I would much rather write about the bigger travel experiences that I have since embarked on. This does not mean, however, that I didn’t enjoy my last few months in St. John’s and studying at MUN. I really enjoyed it (even when it continued to snow into April) and I am looking forward to returning for a few days. It really does feel like I will be going home twice this summer as I have grown to know ...
... when he said it was near his place he wasnt kidding. We went upstairs to the top floor of the building and out onto the outside deck. It was freezing....especially when in a dress and tights but it was much quieter and gave us the opportunity to talk to each other and to some randoms. There wasnt as big of a crowd as we had expected and unfortunately Rish's friend failed to show up which is always annoying, but we still enjoyed ourselves watching the light installations on ...
... the tallest inclined tower in the world, standing 165 meters high at a 45 degree angle. How does this engineering marvel not topple over? Thousands of tons of concrete underground form the base of a giant triangle, we only see the very tip. However, this tip of the triangle dominates the landscape and is quite imposing in person. There is a speedy funicular to ride to the top to see outstanding views of the city, and since it opened in 1987, over six million people have made the ...
... I had a chicken pesto and mushroom savoury crepe just like I used to order at ‘the Always Place’ in San Francisco that I frequented regularly with my friend Liz. I have now decided the Plateau Mont Royal is the best neighbourhood in the world and beats out Kitsilano my former favourite. I could live here in a heartbeat as could Chris.
We hopped on the 11 bus on Mont Royal street up to the top of Parc du Mont Royal, 10 minutes away. Montréal ...
... every year but one since the 1995 race. Except for 2009 when there was no race. We now have it down to an art. We have become good friends with our seat mates in KK 1 and 2 who speak English as well as we speak French. It makes for funny conversations, and we have watched the young boy grow to be a young man over the years we have shared seats in gradin 33.
Unbeknown to us at the time, tragically a corner worked was killed at the conclusion of the ...
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