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... br> travel sick after the first leg of the journey I got some entertainment on our
stopover in Reykjavik. Hayley left our side for all of three minutes when the
tannoy went out:
“Will passenger, Hayley Rowe, please come to the Icelandair
We all just thought “How? How has she gotten in trouble
already?” It was of course just her luck that she was randomly selected off ...
... fair old while since I last posted and I remembered a few of you knew about my concerns with returning to the US. So here I am, safe and sound in Boston which, incidentally, is a great place.
I promise I will update you properly on my adventures soon x
... a trip to Harvard University which is worth a visit to see how different their universities are from home.
We also went on the Boston Duck Tour which I highly recommend if you only have a shirt time in the city. This allows you to see the whole city by bus telling you facts about the city and then you can float in the river that flows through the city and you can see the incredible buildings and bridges the city has to offer. There are ...
... better so we want back down the hill and took more photos. After dinner I had a ride on the sky wheel which gives a different view of the falls. Then once it was dark we went back to the Niagara Parkway to see the falls lit up. The night time photos taken on the phone aren't so good. Falls facts: The falls are 50.9 meters high and are receding at approximately 30 cm per year. 20%25 of the worlds fresh water lies in the four ...
... the modern side of Montreal. From here we ventured towards the 'mountain', aka Mount Royal Park, upon which Montreal surrounds. It was our aim to reach the cross that stands upon the summit. Interestingly no building within the city is allowed to surpass the height of the cross, which was originally placed in 1641, standing at 31 metres. Unfortunately due to our horrific levels of fitness, the heat and our continued inability to acclimatise, we did not quite reach these ...