All, Canada, garden, Montreal

A Night at The Botanical Garden

Before the weather gets too cold, Montréal’s Botanical Garden was holding a Light Festival.  It was nice, similar to the one at Nusa Dua, Bali. There were Chinese and Japanese gardens. The Insectarium was not to be missed. A small Insectarium though has many gorgeous and terrifying looking insects. Just wonderful! 

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All, Canada, Daily life, food

Tasting Quebec 

Yes, Montreal has many kinds of restaurants, you just name it… But first.. Poutine! What is a Poutine? Let wiki answer this 😉 Poutine (/puːˈtiːn/; Quebec French: [put͡sɪn]) is a Quebecois dish originally made with French fries and cheese curds topped with a brown gravy.[1] The dish emerged in the late 1950s in the Centre-du-Québec area.[2] For most of its existence, poutine was negatively perceived and mocked,[3] which is in […]

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All, Montreal, Music, Nature, People

Tam Tam in Action

When the weather is nice and sunny head over to Parc Jean Mance in Montreal and join hundreds of people playing any kind of percussions (Tam Tam) and just chilling enjoying the beat.  After that, do a trekking up the hill and see the belvedere with its view of the city. 

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All, Daily life, garden, Laval

Suburbia Laval: Normality

Landed in Quebec, heading straight to Laval, a suburb 15 minutes away by car from Montreal.  A residential area, with similar shaped houses without fences and gardens. It’s nice and quiet, big street within the inner residents. Public busses passed through there which was nice!  There were schools, sport fields and gardens around. Almost nobody walk, […]

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All, Bars and Restaurants, Daily life, food, France, Paris

Eating in Paris 

I didn’t eat much of French food. Why? Well, you can find French restaurants in most countries? 😆 Most of the time I went out with my aunt and ate Asian foods. We missed Asian spices.  👇 Yeko (or Yeka?) Sushi at Montorgueil, a casual place with quite fresher foods. Affordable also.  👇 Angelina Restaurant’s pastries at […]

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All, Travel

On The Go

I’m always interested in other countries’ transport system. The design, the route map, the facilities. 🚄🚐🚗🛵🚢🛫 👇 France’s transportation. Like another developed countries, France had a great transportation system. Regional train takes you to suburbias, €15 from Dreux to Paris, one way 😛 There are cheaper options for longer periods, multiple tickets, weekly and monthly. […]

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