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... it would burst when you are too loud. And even if it does, make a new one, until it becomes one that you can finally hold in your hands and can talk out loud about it. It becomes real one day, become the dream, live the dream, don’t just imagine it, be it.
I want to do it, I will listen to my heart and go down that path, together, with the woman that I love so dearly, to have the life that I always dreamed of and deserve. ...
... altered as well, or it just could have been a peak time. Paul's handluggage was again sequestered for further inspection, though this time his corkscrew and minature tool set were seized and confiscated.
The plane to Deer Lake left late, but arrived on time. 01.11 hrs. Walked down the steps into freezing wind and light rain. Miserable. Head down and straight to the terminal. Cab to the hotel and crashed.
... left mine in the loo by mistake. Anyway the trip was OK and I did manage to vet a couple of snaps. The power of the water is unbelievable, and I did get very wet even with the Mac!!
Now off to see the flower clock, some more views of the river! Niagara on the Lake was twee. Last an Ice Wine tasting. It was interesting.
Tomorrow we leave for Vancouver.
... catching up over lunch at a local café, sampling the local delicacy of beef hotdog, a dark horse but a winning lunch, I bid a fond farewell to other international students and headed off to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
In guide books, they are pretty obsessed with this place. With a glaring lack of knowledge about ice hockey, and the overexcitedness of a British tourist, I reverently entered this temple tribute to ice hockey. There ...
... Canadian, all about Nandos and he ordered so much food! We didn't know whether to say hello or not, but when we left he said 'alright lad' to Phil so we said hello and it turned out he had moved to Canada. I told him he hadn't lost his accent but he said he was trying his best!! Haha. Phil also said to him 'you're never too far away from a scouser' to which he laughed!
At 5pm, we boarded the bus to Niagara Falls, which was around 2hrs. Our next place awaits!!!....