“Wherever you go becomes a part of you somehow.”
I lived in St-Eustache, Quebec, last summer for the YMCA summer work exchange program. I worked at the Carrefour Peri-Naissance, a baby daycare, for 8 hours/day Monday through Friday. On weekends, I did activities with the YMCA group – things like visiting McGill University, riding the rapids, I-Max movies, camping, eating poutine, and spending a day at La Ronde (Six Flags). We took a 5-day train ride from Quebec back to BC, and I made SO many lasting friendships studded with incredible memories. Best of all, I lived with the loveliest family in the best house in the most beautiful city, and I still think about my experience every single day.
Recount my amazing experience with me on the blog! Click on the links below to see lots of pictures and much more detail. 🙂
Please note: photos are in no particular order.
Featuring breakfasts, meals in Old Montreal, family dinners, and desserts
Lots of dinners and lunches with my family, and out in amazing restaurants
Special days like La Ronde and La Banquise (poutine), dinners in Old Montreal, and VIA Rail train food!
Dinners, lunches on top of Mount Tremblant, and snacks from my favourite bakery ever
Lunches at the Amazing Race, my favourite desserts in the world, and creative oatmeal ideas
Last part: Part VI
Lunches and delicious dinners, poutine, Tim Hortons, and amazing shoes 🙂
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”