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PatatiPatata BurgerMontreal is a city made famous for many reasons: it’s been called the “little Europe of North America”, it’s the home of the world-famous poutine, the city’s bars are open late and wild parties can be found mid-blizzard, but most importantly, Montreal is famous for its devotion to food. Whether you eat it in prestigious restaurants or in tiny, hidden dives, Montrealers know and appreciate good food when they find it. Because of this, JustFly reviews the best places to grab a delicious burger while visiting Montreal. Read on for JustFly’s favorite burgers joints in Montreal.

Patati Patata

Located in the trendy arrondissement Le Plateau, this late-night diner is a staple in the neighborhood according to JustFly. On the corner of Rachel and St. Laurent boulevard, duck inside the brightly colored and oh-so-teeny-tiny diner for the best sliders around. Okay, so they’re not full-fledged burgers, but the sliders at Patati-Patata are the perfect size for you to confidently order four without really feeling bad about it. Customize your order with either veggie or meat patties, add your garnish, grab some fries, and maybe even a beer all for the incredibly low price of a John Macdonalds (that’s $10 for those who don’t know, also it’s the purple bill). Seating in the diner is very limited, so your best bet is to take these little guys home with you and gorge on them in the privacy of your own home.

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Hong Kong SkyscrapersThere are many reasons you may want to move overseas for a new job. Maybe you plan on widening your career prospects, maybe there are greener pastures abroad for your kind of profession, or sometimes you may just be wanting to change your environment by breaking your current monotony and move on to newer and more exciting challenges. Having a job abroad is also an amazing chance to discover that country and its culture in depth, without worrying about a limited vacation budget. Of course, money usually does present some kind of an issue, but you can fight against that obstacle with a frugal lifestyle and making use of such websites as Discountrue that offer you coupons for a wide range of shops – Kohl’s, Target, you name it. Anyway, whatever your reason is, we’ve compiled the best advice from a number of experts on how to go about securing a job overseas! Check it out below:

Make good use of the Internet

You can start with social media, be it Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Tumblr or anything else. However, the Internet also has lots of other resources that can help you find work overseas, including electronic mailing lists and professional blogs. A website such as can also be a very good place to begin with. It has country profiles that contain a great deal of information about finding jobs and working abroad. You also need to ensure that your LinkedIn profile is up-to-date always, as some employers do recruit directly via the site. There are also several industry-specific groups that you can subscribe to in order to learn more about how to network online. Visit sites like,, or to learn more.

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PugetSound_earthtoandyIf you’ve never been boating before, you are missing out on something special.  It’s a fantastic way to relax and spend time with family and friends. Choose the right boating destination for a majestic experience.

Before we look at some of the best places for boating in the country, consider the following tips for purchasing a boat. You can get a boat financed just like a car. To get the best deal, look for boat loan rates online before making any decisions. Also think about the type of boat that would best suit your interests; fishing, skiing, pontoon boat, canoe, sailboat or even a kayak. This site has some great recommendations for the best fishing kayak if you’re ready to combine your love of boating and fishing. Ahoy!

Read below for two great boating destinations in the U.S.

South Puget Sound, Washington

Known as the waterfront capital, South Puget Sound is certainly worth visiting. There are a number of interesting places as well as activities to keep you and your family members entertained. Take a cruise down the metropolitan route towards Seattle/Tacoma for the marvelous scenery and calm waters. Consider a fishing trip for salmon or other bottom sea fish. There are quite a few fishing sites in the area to fish or relax. For some privacy and less crowded spaces consider boating around one of the many spacious marinas.

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Must Have Travel Apps_CAFNRFor many female travelers the thought of going on a solo trip can be a strange one at first, but with the correct preparation this mountain quickly becomes more of a molehill. When considering an app, safety and security are among the first concerns. The following app suggestions make the journey more enjoyable too.

Google Translate quickly changed the way that we check out the written word but it can also help with the spoken word too. This handy app can be used to improve pronunciation and the voice recognition can even help travelers on the spot. There are 58 languages included. There are few places that this app wouldn’t come in handy.

To have some entertainment on hand for those quieter times spent in hotels, bingo can be a fun distraction. Bingo apps for tablets, like those recommended on, are all the rage and travelers can use these for gambling or just free fun.

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sri lankaI love trains and so when I went to Sri Lanka, I visited as many places as I could by train, and sometimes by bus.

I started in Colombo; went down to Galle to see the fort and lighthouse; to Anuradhapura with its temples and stupas; to Pollonarawa with its ancient sights; to Sigiriya, or Lion’s Throat; and Damballa with its caves full of Buddha murals and statues.

So far so good.

As I was planning this trip I had read something about a huge festival in the city of Kandy.  The festival is called Esala Perahera, and one website mentioned that it is the biggest festival of its kind in South Asia.

I felt quite lucky to be able to book a room online at the colonial era Queen’s Hotel.  With a copy of my reservation in hand I walked up to the front desk only to be told that they had no record of my reservation; they were fully booked; and every hotel in the area was fully booked. 

I usually try to keep my cool, but I decided to pitch a fit.  They gave me a room in the attic.  At first I was not at all satisfied with this room and I’m not picky about hotel rooms: for me it’s just a place to sleep after stomping around all day taking photos.  But this room was filthy and the Victorian bathtub was probably made early in the reign of that particular monarch.

But I was in luck.  This ten day Esala Perahera festival culminates in a huge parade with thousands of participants: dancers, torch twirlers, bowl spinners, drums and other instruments, elaborate costumes, and at least fifty elephants all covered in exquisite fabrics and brightly colored lights.  The main event is when the sacred tooth relic of Buddha which is normally kept in the Temple of the Tooth is carried in a golden “casket” on top of the last elephant “dressed” in gold.

And it just so happened that this incredible parade passed along the street on which the Queen’s Hotel sits.  And it just so happened that I could open up one of my windows and sit there watching the parade from one of the best seats in Kandy! Click to read more about my trip to Sri Lanka