Because this is Canada, we had to go to a hockey night. Because this is Quebec City, we had to go see the Remparts. It might not be the NHL, but it’s still pretty awesome. Tickets are usually only $15 each, so it’s a cheap night out 🙂 Almost cheaper than going for a movie! And it’s much more entertaining in my opinion. MUST DO!
Fall is beautiful and we wanted to spend some time outside. I invited my family to go hiking in this gorgeous national park 45 minutes outsides of the city, the Vallée de la Jacques-Cartier. We went for a guided tour in “caves” which happened to be rocks fallen on top of each other instead of a hole in the mountain. WE HAD FUN! 😀
Long work weeks don’t exist for us anymore. We spend a few hours at the library, doing the little work that we have to do, then we usually go for a walk. Having fun is the best part of that walk! That’s what happens when you turned into a digital nomad. You work for as long as you want. When you’re done, you can do whatever you want with your free time. Want to go for a walk in the morning? Sure. Go and you’ll work in the afternoon. You have to meet a friend at noon? Work in the …
So we decided to play a card game… Loving the game Speed, I explained it to Chris. Because you have to be really quick and agile, he got frustrated very fast, wich made the game SO AMUSING! Cards were flying everywhere people, they were flying EVERYWHERE! Couldn’t stop it from happening. Ask Chris. He’ll tell you. (Ask him how he feels about loosing, too! You’ll have a fun answer, I promise!)
The farmers’ market is one of the first place we stopped, for some good and fresh vegetables. And some bread. And some pastry. We probably would have bought some jam too, but we didn’t have a big enough bag for everything. All that shopping was done at the Marché du Vieux Port. This is a must when visiting Québec.