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Canadian Adventure
(Above) Dave’s in.
(Above right) Typical stamp of fish
double figure common.
(Below) 20+ Buffalo.
(Below right) Lake Erie.
dow of this fantastic sight. It was a
spectacular view indeed. The journey
from the airport to the hotel took
about an hour and a half. I noticed out
of the window that their scenery, cars
etc on the road were very similar to
that in the UK, and I immediately felt
at home.
One thing I did not realise about
the Niagara Falls is that there is more
than one fall; in fact there are three,
and they can be categorised as foll o w i n g : t h e A m e r i c a n Fa l l s l i e
between Prospect Point and the Luna
Island, and they are on the far left as
you look at the picture of the falls; the
Bridal Vale Falls are between Luna
Island and Goat Island in the middle
left, and the Canadian Falls are
between Goat Island and Table Rock
on the right hand side. This is also
known as the Horseshoe Falls.
They were absolutely amazing, and
these photos do not do them justice. If
you ever get the chance to go to Niagara, and I strongly advise it, please
take a look at this fantastic sight, a
view which will remain in my mind
for the rest of my life.
Looking at the itinerary for the days
ahead, we were actually going to fish
in one of the whirlpools beneath the
Falls – this I couldn’t wait for. The
Niagara River originates in Lake Erie,
the mouth in Lake Ontario. Its length
is approximately 58km, or 36 miles in
English. It flows north from Lake Erie
to Ontario and forms part of the border between the province of Ontario
in Canada in the west and New York
State in the United States.
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