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... buildings that surround the area and finally arrived at what I thought was the
ferry pier. I went to the ticket office and told the chap I want a return to
the island and sure enough he sold me a ticket!! As I entered the pier right
there in front of me was a wonderful little Otter sitting looking over the edge
of the pier. I grabbed my camera and went running along the wooden pier in
order to get a photo of this wonderful animal only for the chap on the pier to
... is a real micro climate on the peninsula, evident with abundant vineyards and orchards. While the Falls themselves are very impressive, especially the horseshoe on the Canadian side, the rampant commercialism is a detraction - nature at its best, backdropped by neon 'come-hithers' for casinos, hotels and the like. A highly undesirable mix. Happily, out of season, it was uncrowded, but not hard to imagine ...
... about last years trip and see more pics here
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... we have a bit of luggage. At reception we were given a hot cookie, this went down well as we didn’t really have any tea.
We rug up and head out for a walk… there are people everywhere. We later find out that there was an arts festival. If you ask me it was an excuse for thousands of young people to muck up. We later found out that they were expecting over a million people. From what we saw they were mostly young people. We soon call it a night and head back to the ...
... bases covered!
Another highlight was the airshow, which involved the Canadian equivalent of the red arrows circling, diving and flying dangerously close to each other. Flipping heck, I thought, very impressed but also feeling like an anxious mother. Later I overcame my mild fear of heights and went on this ski lift type thing which took you all the way over the park, with beautiful views of terrified tourists whizzing down log flumes and ...