Big deal. I went to the grocery store and didn't get lost. I was able to buy chicken legs and thighs without a problem. What helped is that the butcher spoke perfect english. The store caters to Anglo's and I saw turkey for Thanksgiving and cranberry sauce in a can. I'll order my turkey and buy the cranberry sauce because there are some events in life that have to be addressed and Thanksgiving is one of them. Here, it is just another day. I do have reservations to have an American Thanksgiving dinner at an organization that supports American and Canadians that live here. It's the ACII.It has classes in English, movies, day trips. I've been following their web site for a while and There are a few programs coming up that I think we will attend. Our personal driver, our grandson left this morning to go back to the states.He spoiled us.Now I have to learn how to make coffee in a French Press. Come back, Benjamin !

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GInnie | Reply 17.11.2016 22:37

How long are you staying Leona ? Sounds like you are having a wonderful time. Lucky you ! Can hardly wait to hear all about the trip !

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