Thursday, 9 April 2015

Happy Easter & Montréal

Firstly, Happy Easter everybody! I hope you all had a wonderful day whether you spent it eating chocolate, with your friends and family or just relaxing. Here’s a fun fact for you all, I’m allergic to chocolate.

Basically, I'm not exactly new to the Blogging world, I just decided to make the switch from Wordpress.com to Blogger because I found it slightly restrictive. I really want to bring some of my old travel stories to my new blog though so I might do 'flashback posts' and I hope you enjoy reading them.

I’m having a bit of an adventure in Montréal at the moment. I’m growing to love this place, the only thing is I wish it were a bit warmer so to compensate, I have the hotel heater set to 28 degrees. Yesterday most of the shops were closed so I visited the Notre-Dame Basilica in old Montréal, the place I was most excited to visit and it was well worth the excitement. It’s a gothic style cathedral that opened in 1832 and it is so beautiful. I could literally spend hours in there just admiring the decoration and interior design. I took lots of photos and vlogged my day but I feel like nothing can do this place justice than actually going there in person but if you get the chance, please do pay a visit.

Today for lunch, I went to Kazu a little Japanese restaurant. I’d been looking at some online recommendation for places to eat and this place came up. It’s really cute and you can watch the chefs making the food right in front of you. I ordered the Pork Ramen and it was honestly the best ramen I’ve ever eaten in my life. It also came with an entrée of vegetables and something that tasted like potato? It’s moments like these that I enjoy travelling alone because the queue for the restaurant was so long but because I wanted a single seat, I got to jump right to the front. The service was so good too and the waitress’ were very polite. Literally the moment I sat down and ordered, within a minute there was food in front of me that had just been cooked. After that I tried my first David’s Tea but I have no idea what it was that I tried because everything is in French here. I did recognise some of the ingredients which consisted of lemon and orange and it did taste rather nice.


I hope you all had a lovely Easter break and I’ll try and upload my vlog soon!

Love Sally.
Share:
© Salka | All rights reserved.