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... caught our attention so we made do with a photo of the statue of Bernard Shaw. The majority of the shops were food related, but they did have a hat shop where Peter was able to buy two hats that fitted him which is a rare find. They also sold Australian Akubra hats which Pete has a couple of at home. The sales assistant said they only sell quality hats so that was a good advertisement for the Aussies. Our new number plate for the caravan had arrived in Durham so we ...
... wether your going to the American side of the falls or the Canadian side, however there is very limited or costly services to get you the 35-45 min trip there. The bus will get you there for $11 dollars but only about four times a day, so lots of waiting is required, and there are no early buses back to the airport, so counts us out for the return journey. We were going to take the next bus but after the hassles of the morning decided to take a taxi. Taxis at a set time ...
... to photo. But so glad that happened. Except for the thumb over part of the lens at the beginning got a super shot! Happenstance is sometimes good. I didn't get soaked, but had to work to protect the cameras. Lake Ontario is gynormous! Can't imagine how big Lake Superior is, but I will not get to see it this trip. Had fish & chips for supper, yum! Ended the day looking at old family pictures. Lovely day! See ya on the flip ...
... have thought. I don't understand it, but there it was.
Another thing that we noticed, especially last night as the Canadian side is a more popular tourist destination that the American side, was the vast diversity of people and languages we saw and heard as we walked around. We have discovered the universal language, however! It is holding up your camera to another person and indicating that you would like your picture taken...EVERYONE understands that ...
... Canadian falls) from below. And, not to be disappointed, we definitely got "rained" upon by the mist at the Canadian falls. It was like a brief rainstorm. The perspective from so down low and so close to the falls was breathtaking. We got some good pictures (had to deal with mist on the camera lens, though). The boat ride was about 30 minutes (or less), but well worth the $20 price, I thought. After returning, we waited in line for the elevator, waited ...