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... bite to eat was time to go.
We then did a tour around Niagara area including the floral clock, Niagara on the Lake, ( very pretty - you girls would love it), winery tour where we tried their ice wine - very much like our dessert sweet wines - unfortunately didn't buy any as I didn't like the chances of the bottles making it back in 1 piece.
Slow trip back to Toronto, a hockey game on so a bit of congestion, dropped off at the hotel ...
Sorry for the delay in writing this blog entry, I am in fact still alive and well. In an X factor style elimination process, I have now finally decided on my modules and survived nearly two full weeks of lectures! I've kicked off my nation of immigrants lectures, contemplating why in fact I joined my immigrant predecessors in Canada in studying. I've been excited by every mention to British politics in my Comparative Politics lecture, and the upcoming Scottish referendum. Big ...
... an early start. During packing I realised there was something odd about the info we had for the accommodation in Hawaii. The dates shown on the print out were for July! We scrabbled to load up the email and confirmed we had made a mistake - although luckily had only paid a small deposit, not the whole thing up front, so hurrah for small miracles. We headed down to the local library to print our boarding passes and try and fix the ...
... stayed a few days longer, hoping I can come back to Canada again at some stage. I'm currently at the airport, waiting for my flight to Chicago. I got absolutely grilled by border control - I really wish they weren't so mean, I know I'm a thug and all but reaaaally?! Be nice. One more thing, I don't know if it's coincidence or not, but all canadian money smells like maple syrup! I'll be flying to Vancouver on Wednesday, so only out of Canada for a few days. Goodbye Toronto, hello Chi ...
... new-comer. British Loyalists from the English colonies that became the United States of America escaped the rebellious climes of the south to advance settlement here in the late 1700s, and the city has always been squarely in the English-speaking regions of Canada.
Both cities vied for primacy as Canada's leading city over the last century, and it was ...