Niagara Falls

At first, I thought the falls was a curtain-like water flowing from a huge mountain that blocks the other side of the world. I know, it was a pure insane imagination.  In reality, the Niagara Falls is sandwiched between Canada and United States of America (in which I’m sure you perfectly know that. I’m just reminding myself.  ).

I was surprised when I had a glimpsed of the buildings from the USA and realized that it’s a “hair-strand” away! I was resisting the urge  to dive in the cold water and  swim to the other side. Errr… Too bad, so sad…  I don’t know how to swim (click here to read my swimming experience). 😉

dive!!!

Although it was drizzling,  we still took photos like crazy!

Below are more photos near the Niagara Falls area:

SkyWheel

big fat me! 🙂

For the fireworks display, Charles had a splendid time looking and naming the beautiful colors. I can still hear his quirky voice shouting, “Yellow! Green!  Purple! Red! Orange!”. ;D

It was a long drive but it’s worth it! Thanks Bob for taking us there and for (reluctantly?) giving in to our whims !

P.S.
Click the links below to see the related articles:

Bob & Charles

Fritchie, Charles & TheCuriousMe

Ontario

I flew to Ontario few months ago for the following reasons:

  • to run an important errand (whatever that is :p) 😀
  • meet a couple of Lormanian (College) friends whom I didn’t see for more than 10 years
with Genevieve
with Fritchie

  • do some sightseeing

apple picking

bad lands

autumn breeze

with Fritchie & Charles

The Clock

The Flags 🙂

CN Tower

CN Tower (brrrr!)

Japanese Resto

fly fly away!

Korean Resto

market

pumpkins

Royalville(?) Market

The Trees

The Bridge

The Wall

niagara falls

The Walk

Special thanks to the Anderson Family (Bob, Fritchie and Charles) for letting me into their lovely home (very cozy!!!) and for taking good care of me during my stay in Ontario.

The Anderson Family

Bob. The Amazing Tour Guide who took time off as requested by his wife, Fritchie. His informative insights made the tour more interesting. I’ve learned a lot. Thanks! 🙂

Fritchie. The Super Mom who showcased her cooking skills and “encouraged” me to taste her delectable dishes which she learned from Rachael Ray (as she kept saying it ).

Ok I admit, you’re an excellent “chef” now… leveled up from our “apartment”  & “dishwasher” & financer… 😉

Charles. The Little Prince, my backseat companion, who unceasingly lighten up our daily activities and made it more extremely exciting. 😀

It’s one of the grandest time of my life! Merci Beaucoup!
(Click here to jump to the Toronto article)

🙂