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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 ...
... are something I love and this moment will live on with me for along time.
After surreal few hours we headed back to the van for shopping trip for dinner tonight. Group A including myself are cooking (or me helping!) god help the group.
Shopping trip was interesting one, each group had $50 budget. My group managed to only go 90cense over budget. The other groups went $s over.
We headed on for our ...
... by one day as well as they have the shows on Fridays and Sundays.
Tomorrow we will be driving to Toronto which will be our last few days with Mum and Dad before we head in our own directions.
FUN FACT - The falls could fill up to 1 million bathtubs per minute! Crazy amounts of water that come from two of the "Great Lakes" (the largest surface fresh water system in the world), Lake Ontario (which we will see in Toronto and Lake ...
So, we thought yesterday was cold, we were wrong... It was 1'C this morning at 8am! Before leaving Toronto we walked downtown to visit the Hockey Hall of Fame. Canadians are crazy hockey fans, so the exhibit was very comprehensive! It was similar to the Basketball Hall of Fame with a special area dedicated to all the Hall of Fame inductees. We got to see the Stanley Cup, they have the real thing locked up in a vault every night! Lots of history associated ...
... the White Water Walk the water races north into the Eddy Basin before opening out into the Whirlpool. The 90 degree turn in the river is evidence of a 4,500 year old geographical catastrophe where the Falls once intersected with the ancient St. David's Gorge.
The Whirlpool Rapids were created in a matter of days, possibly hours when the Falls tore out the glacial debris that filled the older gorge. Today the 90 ...