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... AMAZING! After dinner we went back to the bar and talked some time until someone proposed playing drinking games - and who could say no to that?! So we played some games and drank some more until we got tired and went to bed (though not everyone to their own beds…)
The rain continued to annoy us the following day, so the next hike got cancelled. Those who didn't spend the night in their bed were happy to hear that. By the way, when we asked that person whose ...
... Newfoundlanders, and seeing an iceberg in Conception Bay
- seeing Signal Hill in Saint John's Newfoundland and the beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean and Saint John's Harbour
- standing at Mile 0 East of the Trans Canada Highway with Mike in Saint John's, Newfoundland
- meeting 3 motorcyclists from Guatemala in Newfoundland who had just ridden over 16'000 kilometres so far
... approached Montreal, the traffic got heavier and heavier and some crazies were driving extremely fast, and my sadness was replaced with high concentration.
Entering Montreal, I had hoped that I could stop by the St. Lawrence river shoreline and take some cityscape photos - no chance, as anywhere I could stop there seemed to be a highway in between, a park with no access for vehicles, or reserved parking lots which I could ...
... the bike, but we had to wait for more than 2 hours to be picked up, due to traffic problems, and returned to the starting point, again at Monette Sports.
The replacement bike, also a 2015 BMW R1200RT, was totally new and had been ridden only 177 kms.
We finally got away at 3:15 p.m., about than 3 hours behind ...
... as we tour Quebec City. We will need to leave early, as rain is predicted for Sunday and the days following.
Colleen experienced a first yesterday when a young teenage girl offered her a seat on the bus. I think she would have felt better if it had been a young teenage boy who offered! Note the picture Jim took on the bus window depicting an "old woman" who should be offered a seat on the bus by a younger person. Ouch!