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... included bounce pad, swimming pool and log cabins. Setting up the tent was piece of cake this time(pro camper me).
Dinner was great fun, chicken rice and mixed veg. Went down a treat! Plus we still here so no food poisoning.
Surprise cakes was provided for me passing uni module, I was rather taken back by that!
After chilling with beers until 9.30pm we headed off to see Niagara at night but not only that we ...
... on our long drive to Niagara in bright sunshine. Steve took the first shift driving for a few hours through the Massachusetts terrain. There were lots of small trees and waterways along the drive. We took a pit stop for some food and rest rooms before I took over for my first drive in USA and on the wrong side of the road.We took another stop a few hours later and swapped back to Steve driving who took us all the way to Canada!
We got ...
... and visit the quaint little shops. OH YES- and visit the wineries....perhaps sample a few :) We did go to a locally recommended restaurant named "Oban Inn".... had a tour with the maître d but decided it was a bit too pricey for our liking... they were gracious enough to recommend another place for us to eat. So we dined at the Niagara on the Lake Golf and ...
... about a quarter of a mile section so you walk a half a mile. The river depth ranges to over 15m at the Whirlpool Rapids and 38m at the Whirlpool and it is as narrow as 75m across the Great Gorge to the American side. So close yet so far away there have been a lot of dare devils that have gone down this section in wooden barrels, boats and with life vests on most have lived to tell their story and some have died trying.
... to make your life better. Before Melchizedek left, he gave me two
omens representing “yes” and “no”. Also, he told me a story and I leant from
that story that I should admire ...