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... of the throng of other tourists.
I made the mistake of allowing HER to have possession of the map..
It was on... a route march devised and we headed off to the lake shore to follow the path along the banks..
Eventually we arrived back at he B&B..
I was soo glad to get my boots off...
We had mentioned to Meheroo that morning that we were interested in going out for a meal later that evening.
she had made a booking for us in ...
... New York is spent returning cars and then navigating the sub way system. This is a big challenge as New York has over 8.2 million people and I think at least half of them are on the sub way at any one time. We head in to the city and the enormity of this place is overwhelming. We visit the memorial site of the Twin Towers. This place is powerful and filled with emotion. Regardless of any ones beliefs it does evoke an emotional response. Sadly this type of ...
... and won gold and two silver medals. Owen and Matthew played with former Thunderbirds and met new friends. Griffin was invited to play with a team from Singapore where he bonded with like-minded kids from around the world. Joey and I were back with our T-bird families including the Eliasons, Tedestedts and Kedens- it was all good.
At the end of the tournament, Joey and the boys headed home and I finally made it back to Shanghai for ...
... is just the tackiest, most touristy place I have ever seen in my life. We did, however, pass the Hart and Huntington tattoo shop and so made plans to pop back later that day to have a look into it. Whilst we were trying to find somewhere to park, Casey was stopped by a police officer and asked for his permit to bring tour groups into the area. Casey couldn't find it and so had to call his office to get it sorted. It was really annoying and the police ...
... I made my way to Goat Island where you can go into the Cave of the Winds, which is a trail that goes right down beside the Bridal Veil Fall. This was also awesome. They have a thing called the Hurricane Deck which is situated right next to a big rock that deflects the water straight into you, you get super wet.
Then it was time to hop the border (thank you Visa Waiver Program) to Canada! You get better views of the falls from Canada so this was a good ...
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