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After several weeks of planning, stressing and worrying about what was going to happen next, we have finally found ourselves ready to take off on our brand new adventure. We feel excited, nervous, anxious and scared all at the same time. There are so many things we don't know going into this: What will our apartment be like? Where will it be? What will my job be like? Do any of the people speak English? It's so overwhelming to have all these questions and no answer to any of ...
... the Giant Whirlpool just below the falls, but the rain started so we only made a quick stop. Next we drove through Niagara Falls Township itself catching glimpses of the falls along the River Road. We parked just past Horseshoe Falls and paid $20 for the privilege.
After a short walk, we reached Table Rock where the Information Centre is located at the point where Horseshoe Falls tumbles down. The sheer volume of water that flows over the falls ...
... anyway. We don’t like our sat nav very much, it’s going straight on ebay the minute we get back! We listened to Kasabian’s album West Ryder for the zillionth time, the song 'Fire’ has been our trip anthem. The drive to Niagara turned out to be one of most eventful drives. Suddenly without warning, whilst we were single lane driving due to road works on the interstate, the car in front of us pulled an emergency stop and we had ...
... always run (even in a 'blizzard’).
Taxi drivers know your name before you have even introduced yourself.
There is a Sears, Zehrs and a Zellers all within 100m of each other.
There are at least 3 Tim Hortons’ on a university Campus.
There is a line in front of Tim Hortons 24/7.
Cheese is more expensive then peeled ...
... on the other side Kate across the hall, Alicia and Christina down there and Adam, Ruben, Neal etc etc around this is gunna get loose.
Room was alright small but big enough just for me. Aussie flags are up so it feels a bit more like home. The first night was the Brock Tower party and having never seen soo many people grinding each other before and just sooo blunt about it.
Tuesday went off to Walmart to pick up some supplies etc and a ...