you better buckle up – then this ride is abouuuut to start!
Since my last shout, a week ago, I got my backpack ready as I left Toronto once again. You wonder where my current location is? Gooood, then we have something in common. Haha..
How the hell did I end up in Victoriaville deeeeeep in Quebec, the province where people used to speak FRENCH!
Let’s look back..
Last week life was good at the Niagara Falls. But then I somehow decided to leave my comfort zone in Mississauga, Toronto for one more adventure. This adventure is called – Parle français and survive!
I took the Subway in Toronto and catched a rideshare towards Montreal. 5hours later and un peu de français dans la voiture.. as my beloved Canada changed all of the sudden. French and Baguettes everywhere.
Bienvenue au Québec
I spent one night in Montreal and lost myself right away. Luckily it just rained A LITTLE BIT – NIAGARA FALLS LIKE…
The next day I boarded another rideshare ARRRGH (That is a pirat sound!) and arrived in Victoriaville two hours later.
For people who never heard of VictoriaTHEMOSTFAMOUSCITYONEARTHville.. let me explain. The little town is located between Montreal and Quebec city and there is only one reason in the whole wide world for me to end up here. Called S A M U E L L L L E !
Samu, my good old REDFIREHAIR-NOTREALLYENGLISHSPEAKING roomate from Banff.
All weekend long we had a Banff-Revival party! We watched soccer, hockey, we had between 2-620 beers, went to bars and nightclubs and just enjoyed ourselves. Aaaawesome :)
The last picture is just a proof that I brush my teeth sometimes.. AND has absolutly nothing to do with d’alcohol.
I’ll leave Victoriaville with Nelly Furtado singing – All Good Things Come To An End – (Ich musste mir den Klassiker grade mal geben, sorry!). I am not going to miss this village but probably one of it’s red-haired residents.
The hardest part of beeing free – the first step, on the road ahead of me.
And it’s again Nelly Furtado, who knows best – I am like a bird – So short high5 with my ADVENTURECHECKLIST as we move on.
I am on the Road again and I love
Nelly Furtado it!