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Travel Blogs from Toronto
... soon have the chance to know. Friends will stay friends, despite distance and time, as long as you are willing to make the effort. Some friends you will continue to talk to on a regular basis, some you will only catch up with when your paths cross again. But friends are always there when you need them. I love knowing that I now have a home in Toronto. And I hope the people here know that I will always be there for them too if they need ...
... park. My cousin informs us the nice park is also known as needle park and you can rely on finding drug exchanges there most days - no luck on this one.
Allan Gardens itself is a pretty conservatory with a lot of really lovely plants we don't know the name of, a palm house, a lilly house, a cacti house and floral house. Best of all it's warm and free.
it'll be a real dilly.
I'll write it all down
but please don't frown
at our eating and fun
and antics in the sun.
Our sandals we got
and sunscreen not forgot
so that Rudolf's red nose
will be redder than our toes.
... all very close together which straddle the border between Canada and the US. The Horseshoe falls are the biggest of the 3 and the 3 together form one of the biggest waterfalls in the world! It is possible to take a boat, called the Maid of the Mist to go right up to the falls. The crashing of the water produces thick mist all around the falls and even rainbows! At night the falls are lit with lights which change colour every few minutes.
... where we met Karen picking up Duncan from his Harry Potter sports class (Quidditch anyone) and we all headed over to Karen's parents for dinner. Phyllis and Gib used to take me on family holidays when I was a kid and I was always at their place for playdates doing some awesome crafty thing Karen's mum had organised for us. Karen's Aunt Barb was also there....she has been very generous and allowed us to visit at her ...