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... before a fully earned rest. We picked up a car the following morning and drove about 1.5 hours to the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. There is nothing like this amazing site in the world. It is enormous and the Canadian side is definitely the better side, even all the Americans we've met agree! Horseshoe falls is incredible powerfully spewing water spray hundreds of feet through the air! We took the Hornblower river boat right into the heart of ...
... to Olaf and said, "Guess what, there are a dozen horses slaking their thirst at your pond."
Enraged, Olaf buckled on his sword and sheepskin helmet and ran to the pond, addressing Thurm in the following words: "What are your animals slaking in my pond?" Thurm replied, "Their thirst, and as I am a reasonable man, I will offer you compensation." And he took from his haversack a dozen fish sandwiches, one for each steed whose thirst had ...
... Toronto Newcomers Club) has to offer.
The women are from all over the world ( lots of British and American ladies ) and surprisingly at the moment I am the only Aussie. There are a lot of Canadian women who have lived abroad and returned to live in Canada.
Each month they send out a newsletter which is full of activities to do. I nearly need a secretary to help me coordinate fitting in all the activities that I want to do! Lots ...
... and I am talking him out of going to cockpit to offer his services!
In the pictures below you might not recognize Grant... he does not have his wallet, his watch or ... GASP... his blackberry with him mostly by choice. Mostly. This is going to be an interesting 2 weeks!
All feeling of tiredness disappears as we get ready to de-plane! Day 1 officially begins now!
... Market was another staple of most guidebooks, and being a food lover, I felt it was obligatory to visit it. There were a huge array of stalls, selling meat, fish, cheese and even very tasty looking cakes (that's saying something, I've had a fair few in my time :) I resisted buying anything, although I nearly broke at the cheese counter!
Yesterday was the start of the U of T's orientation programme. I battled ...