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... for its *******
rain. However as the day wore on the sun emerged and so we were able to take in
the ‘White Water Walk’ – down by the rapids a bit below the falls.
So that’s about it for Niagara Falls – tomorrow its back to
New York for a couple of days and then pick up a car and drive to Boston via
Newport, Rhode Island. See you all again after Boston!
... stint in Canada was up. One last task was to re-enter the States. This proved difficult, but not as difficult as getting into Canada. The US customs official, completely filled in on our onward travel plans and contents within Bruce saw the inner goodness in us and let us be on our merry way. Our 3 month visa meant we only had 10 days left to leave the States. Best to make the most of it. Boston here we come.
... youngsters forced to accompany parents on a walk past the spectacular falls have a generally grumpy face, waiting to see what's in it for them. But from the main street, which slopes downwards, you are reminded why you are there; in my case, when I was roughly level with Burger King and being tempted, only to have my eyes diverted by the Guinness World of Records sign and from there reestablishing my focus. Down the hill, across the road, there are the first fall; half ...
... be free to see the backside of Stewart, so we wandered across the bridge taking photo's of anything that moved or did not ran across some Aussies heading into Canada and had a natter with them then proceeded to the American Border security they wandered around typical power play one bloke looked at us 6 times and did some stuff fiddling around till he saw a few more people coming in so decided we had waited long enough to come into America or it might have been the fact stewart ...
... working phone. All of which are required. So we rode to a factory outlet centre looking for bargains. Phones were over $600... so no phone, undies were no where to be seen... but there was a store selling ski clothing for half price. Yay. We both picked out a jacket and pants for the snow. Jase, the Aussie supporter is decked out in green and gold, and Amy is in bright pink. We realised we didn't have enough money to buy the clothes so were discussing what to put ...