Auberge Du Mont Rigaud
Travel Blogs from Rigaud
We spent the morning exploring old Quebec City & made a quick stop in old Montreal. We are wishing we had more time to explore, however time is of the essence.
And spring may be on its way. Rain yesterday afternoon and awoke to +2 this morning. The pond in the garden is reappearing but we are not destined to see the ground before we go. We did ask for snow and the Canadians sure delivered. Off to montreal today for a final wander around the underground city and then on the train to New York in the morning. Hoping for no delays this trip. 2 night in NYC then the 30 hour nightmare begins ...
... seems to all work out...though I've never seen so many sweet potatoes in my life - there was definitely no shortage of food! :D
At the end of my stay at Glenorra I feel like I've worked hard and met some interesting people but this isn't quite the kind of HelpX experience I'm looking for. Too often I felt just like free labour and felt I was taking away the possibility of a paid job for someone else. We were left to prepare food for ourselves which gave ...
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See the great big sea
Kick through continents
... were church kids and were there voluntarily. The whole evening was a success, but I felt very much like we were flying by the seat of our pants, clinging on for dear life. The low point was talkative speakers... we told them they had 45 minutes, we were already running 15 minutes late, and still they ran over by 15 minutes. I kept making rapid arm movements at the back of the room trying to get him to wrap up- they youth had picked between 2 topics, and the other group ...