Thursday, November 19, 2009

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is located between the border of Buffalo, USA and Canada. Once you're there, you can actually see Canada's city in full view. Though Canada is near, you can't just pass through easily.You also need a visa just to get through.

Going to Niagara Falls happened on the night of the 2nd day of our tour trip. We arrived there evening and it was a very good time on my part because it was sooooooooo cold. Awhile back, it snowed while on our way there and we were able to have our pictures taken.

I just forgot to make a snowball! Since this was the cold season in Buffalo, all their stores closed early. The area looked like a ghost town as the bus passed along. No one wants to go bar hopping at night wearing sexy clothes and the weather freezing right?!?

Once we got to Niagara, the view was breathtaking! The water flows down with such strong force that it seems kind of impossible to escape once you're caught in the current.

You can actually ride in a boat that takes you near Niagara to have a closer view. During that time though, the weather wasn't good so our tour guide took us the the Thousand Islands trip the next day.

In the pictures above, the city behind us is Canada. The 3rd picture wasn't that cold yet when we arrived coz it stopped snowing all of a sudden. Later on, it went cold all of a sudden. I am a nature lover and I love Niagara Falls!

They also have a building that has exhibits, a movie room where we watched a short clip about Niagara's history and some events that happened there before. Niagara's flow of its water just has a tremendous thundering sound. If It could happen again, I'd definitely go back.


Steve Ballmer said...

I love your pictures, good blog!

chitgoks said...

thanks steve! ill be adding more posts and pics of our trip. The scene at Niagara is breathtaking!


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