Living our first four seasons in Montreal was a very challenging experience. A new life, a new city, new friends, a new Family. Still anchored in our French culture which - obviously - we do miss but from which we need to distance ourselves to get out of our comfort zone. New weather, new accent. New currency, new way of life. You will find in this post all of our feelings for each season, hoping that 2020 will be as busy as t...
Looking for our next place is not easy. We want it to be comfortable enough and cosy, with enough space but not too much (you don't want to spend too many hours cleaning). But at the same time, living in a tiny space means less people to invite. And we know all too well what we are talking about. We don't intend to plan many parties or whatsover every single weekend. However, it was important for us to find a welcoming place.
# A place to stay It had been 5 years since I’d been looking for a place to stay in Montréal. Wasn’t it a little bit dramatic when I had no idea when/IF I was going to leave ? Well MAYBE but that’s the story of my dreamer life !
Eventually, after reading a lot of stuff about moving to Montréal and the first steps to follow before leaving, we knew it was pointless to start looking for a place wi...
Let’s hear about our first week in Canada in mini series ;)
I see some of you coming at me like “but didn’t you tell us that you were going to leave for Canada in October last year?”. Well, change of plans ! Some stuff happened along the way, so we took the decision to leave later on.
After saying goodbye to our families and friends, here we are in Canada for only God knows how long :)