Drinking is such a big part of British culture. Don’t get me wrong people drink in Canada but it’s not as normal here. The weirdest thing for me is you cannot buy alcohol in a super market! You have to go to the LCBO.
Most Canadians will recommend that you stay in side when it’s really cold. And by “really cold” I mean with weather warnings or snow days! Canadians are not phased by much when it comes to weather but they are still human! But you don’t have to stay inside, as long as you are bundled up you can have loads of fun in the cold, and I was lucky enough to go to Ottawa and enjoy Winterlude!
So for this post I’m going to discuss some translations issues I’ve had whilst being in Canada.
“But Stephanie, They speak English in Canada and in Scotland, where is the issue?”
Do not fear my inquisitive friend, I shall explain…
Now that I’ve been in Canada for almost a month, my room is starting to feel a bit more homey<3 for those who are not familiar with student accommodation the rooms are very bland, boring and basic so making them feel cosy and comfortable can be pretty difficult tbh :/ However Brock does give you some freedom and allow you to decorate the small pale box, obviously within reason, so this is what I’ve done with my room…
So every morning at 5am I get up and get ready for skating! Dedication I know!! So from Monday to Thursday we skate 6am to 7:30am.
Which is great! I’m glad we get as much ice time as we do. The ice is nice and not to busy. It’s a similar shape to back home, the rink is just a bit skinnier.
It’s strange not having a coach so I’ve been recording my jumps to watch them back and see what’s