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Writing this at 12.45pm, 19th September 2014, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
We woke up in Maynooth and headed straight up to Algonquin National Park. The roads in this part of the world are a real pleasure to drive anyway but highway 60 is particularly spectacular. It runs right through the south side of the park and has a visitor centre on the east side entrance. It's incredibly well organised. The park even has it's own radio station advising about events ...
... gave us the full spray. Efforts to keep the camera dry were almost in vain, as no sooner would I take the cap of the deluge would begin! Seeing the falls so close was truly spectacular. The sound alone made you appreciate the power of tons and tons of water pouring over the cliff face. We were soon blown dry however in the warm wind and, being rather tired at this point, relaxed on the grass and did the readings together, while waiting for those that had done ...
... explore in the FREEZING cold.... Had a great time walking along the water's edge (significantly higher though). We travelled from opposite the American Falls right up to Horse Shoe Falls. It was however very cold and Michael looked like an eskimo by the time he was all layered up! We were able to stand right next to the falls just a few metres from where the water falls over the edge. It truly is an awesome sight! Driving distance for the day: 81 miles / ...
... high speeds then you go outside near the base to look at the falls. You have to wear ponchos as you get wet from the spray from the falls. Sunday was a good day to go not that many tourists in the early part of the morning. Back up the lift (didn't buy the photo of us) and onto the next attraction Niagara Fury which is a film with visual effects of the creation of the falls. We couldn't work out why we had to wear ponchos till ...
... got to busy. I started on the Observation Tower which gives a great panoramic unobstructed view of both the Niagara and Horseshoe Falls. I also saw a large amount of birdlife ranging from gulls to falcons to eagles.
I then decended 86m to the base of the tower to the Niagara River and the dock where the 'Maid of the Mist' boat trip departs. I was given a lovely blue plastic poncho and looked like a big fat smurf once I'd put it on. I was first on the boat ...