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We began out adventure Sunday morning. The drive was pretty uneventful other than observing that Pennsylvania is pretty long (North to South) and weird has weird road signs like, "Keep Buckled the Next Million Miles" and Western New York is basically all farms.
When we arrived in Niagara Falls, NY, we settled in at our hotel and grabbed …
... The drive wasn't as bad as we had thought it might be, and we arrived at the Canadian border at Niagara Falls around 5.30pm, even with lunch and toilet stops along the way. Funnily enough, when we passed through the border guard checkpoint at Rainbow Bridge, the guy looked at our passports and said "Geelong is it?" in his Canadian drawl. "Ain't that the home team of ...
We returned to the falls again the following morning to see them in daylight (where water got inside my camera and almost ruined the day's photos) after we had visited the Niagara Fort up by Lake Ontario, where there was even a view of Toronto!! After leaving this area we headed down through New York state and Pennsylvania, before the final day's activities.
... 18th century, tourism became popular, and by mid-century, it was the area's main industry. Napoleon Bonaparte's brother Jérôme visited with his bride in the early 19th century. In 1837 during the Caroline affair a rebel supply ship, the Caroline, was burned and sent over the falls. In March 1848, ice blockage caused the falls to stop; no water (or at best a trickle) fell for as much as 40 hours. Waterwheels stopped, mills and factories simply shut down for having no ...
... a collection of clichés, stereotypes and sound bites disseminated by media and literature and long-outdated colonial narratives. I, like most others, bought into them...for a season.
I remember I was around 12 when I tried to watch "Out of Africa" with my mom. I drifted off to sleep just shortly after hearing Meryl Streep declare wistfully "I had a farm in Africa." Around that same time, Paul Simon released the album ";Graceland" and although it would be ...