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... nice pineapple drink which was severed back into the pineapple so that was nice.. Then before the storm was due to come towards the city at about 8 o'clock Emma dropped us off and headed home, so we got some dinner at the supermarket and had it back at Grants flat. We stayed there till about 10pm then we drove up the road to the Dufferin Mall where there was a Walmart so we stayed there for the ...
... of the homes in this area are their GINORMOUS size. From what I later saw online, they range from 6,000 to a mind-boggling 24,000 square feet in size; most are on 2-4 acres lots. Some are really lovely, some are just huge and ugly. We had a great time, slowly cruising along, offering our comments and suggestions.
The evening ended with us eating ice cream while watching "Dirk Gently" on TV. Can't get any better than that.
... an hour exploring a big part of Ontario's heritage.
From steam up to diesel locomotives
Finlay we were exhausted and headed back to the hotel.
On the way CJ found a sushi bar and decided I should eat healthy..
I just kept thinking of the aquarium...
Bed sounded a great place to be..
Latin America travel is contagious, it's diversity in landscape and people makes you go on and on and on... you want to explore more and more... it's journey into unknown full of excitement... I wish that journey never ended, at least in my dream it is alive. These are few photos from my short time in Bogota and my long journey in Ecuador. If you ever like to experience a legendary hospitality, then ...
... falls in the morning light are really something. The Niagara Falls are made up if 3 falls. 2 are on the US side and the big one, the horseshoe falls are on the Canadian side. The horseshoe falls have a vertical drop of more than 53 m and are very wide. More than six million cubic feet of water falls over the crest line every minute in high flow] and almost four million cubic feet during average flow. We needed to have an early lunch today so we stopped ...