Have you ever seen a car doing 420 km/h (263 mph)? I just had this chance. I could never imagine that something could move that fast! And that loud!
I love cars. It is ultimate freedom provider. I could not miss an opportunity to enjoy car fest and visited Vancouver International Auto Show. Here is what I have seen.
When I just moved to Vancouver, people told me that it never snows in Vancouver. Don’t believe it, it’s not true! Last week has been pretty snowy in Vancouver and today the snow was falling all day. The temperature is around zero celcius, so most pf it immediately melts. Anyway, white Vancouver seem to be quite uncommon. Here are some pictures for you to enjoy!
Here is a small bonus for those who liked my story about truck drag racing in Saint Joseph.
I love trucks. I have grown up around trucks. I love trucking culture, trucker slang, long roads, smell of diesel fuel, sound of diesel engine, and everything that goes with it. When I moved to Canada, I really wanted to get more into it. But it was not before this weekend when I had a chance to do it!
I made another dream come true – I have seen the Formula 1 race in Montreal!
This weekend I was entertaining myself by visiting firefighters festival in Laval, on Montreal’s north shore.
My friends know that I’m in love with trains. And here in Canada trains are awesome. Especially in Holiday season.
Quebec in summer is a land of festivals. One of the most famous among them is the hot air balloon festival in St-Jean-Sur-Richilieu, which is held each year southeast from Montreal. It is the largest festival of its type in Canada. It is held each year since 1984. It attract numerous participants from all over the world and many spectators. This year there were balloons from Canada, USA, Brazil, and Belgium.