So I’ve not really been posting for a while, this happens usually when school work becomes too time consuming. And this is the case at the moment…. I have 3 exams coming up and over the past month I’ve been working on 5 essays and a presentation!!! However i do have a few plans for some different posts on here!!
So please do not feel neglected ill be back soon
On a previous post I talked about Winterlude, so I thought I would discuss what I wore to stay warm. I feel what I wore was appropriate as I was warm but not sweating and I had good mobility. My biggest issue was my boots were slidey as I wore doc martens instead of snow boots. So I would maybe recommend investing in snow boots. Not that it particularly matters how I looked but you can see the completed outfit in previous Canada Exchange posts.
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…