September has been such a wonderful month. We have had fun weekends at the cottage, my bestie came to visit me in Montreal and I have so many foodie stories to tell.
Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts is less than two hours away from Montreal and a wonderful spot to spend a great weekend in Quebec. The air is pure, the nature is beautiful and the landscapes are breathtaking. Add a splendid cottage to it and, you will be having an unforgettable trip.
Life was rather busy in August. With Montreal hosting tons of activities for its 375th anniversary, the numerous restaurants that opened in town, and myself celebrating my first blog-versary, I simply could not get bored!
Living in Montreal is such a luxury for discovering the beautiful province of Quebec during weekends. In less than 2 hours, you get to escape to breathtaking places such as the region of Lanaudière or Mauricie National Park. These regions are perfect for anyone who enjoys adventures in spring, summer, autumn or winter as they both combine relaxation and action.
Exactly one year ago, I launched The Oufti Perspective, my food and travel blog. Since then, I have been very busy travelling the world, discovering new places, trying new restaurants and tasting delicious specialties.
July was the month when summer eventually started in Montreal. It took a while but we got many hot and sunny days, which was perfect for doing outdoor activities. So here is another month with a lot of blog stories, travels and food.
So as May, June was another animated month with a lot of things happening whether it was about the blog, daily life and activities, travels or food.
May 2017 was a busy and animated month as many events happened whether it was about the blog, travels, restaurants or just life. In fact, it was one of these months you’d always remember.
Oh My God! Such a pity Gargantua is just a myth and can’t get a chance to try the bottomless meal from the fantastic sugar shack Labranche. Needless to say that this is an opportunity for us to actually play that role for a few hours by stuffing ourselves with yummy dishes from Quebec and tons of maple syrup.