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It's the night before I take off for Boston and I can’t believe the day has finally come. The dream of becoming a part of Shooting Touch and the journey to Rwanda has become a reality. As I pack my bag, I realize that this next week and a half is going to fly by. Soon, instead of boarding a flight to Boston, I will be getting on a plane to Rwanda. It’s funny to think back to the day when I ...
... had many residences and even hotels. Two thirds of the islands are officially Canadian with the rest being American. One of the American Islands, Boldt Castle was constructed by an American hotelier for him and his wife but unfortunately she died before it was finished and he didn't want to holiday there without her so he eventually sold it and it is now a hotel.
We hopped off the bus at Kingston but found that there was actually ...
... that dates back to when it was actually on the island's shore and close to the main ship channel ... way before dredging increased the size of the islands and added a lot of new land, and changed the route the ships coming into the harbour took,
And what (laughably!) passes for beaches in this strange place. Dirty grey sand for the most part. No surf to speak of (duh!) ... and fresh ...
... although amazing,
it was a little disappointing. Now don’t get me wrong, nothing beats a good
waterfall, however the commercialization of the whole area was a bit
overwhelming and very distracting from the show being presented by Nature. Us
humans just don’t get it sometimes do we? Perhaps the fact that it is all too
accessible is why it felt so underwhelming. I mean some smaller waterfalls can
have a more impressive visual because ...
... drained from the jet-lag. We woke up at 7pm for dinner and in the spirit of spontaneity we decided to head down south from our hostel to find dinner. We found St Lawrence's Market but it was closed. We continued our walk down Jarvis Street and came to Loblaws at Queen's Quay. It was a great find. We went in and decided to buy takeout food and eat it at the water front area. We got a huge pizza and some cheesy cauliflower plus some juice and then headed to ...