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After New York, Kasey and I flew back to Toronto and came back to Guelph. We enjoyed a few days of quite time, while I did some exams. On Wednesday we headed to Niagara Falls, which was just as amazing the second time, especially as the weather made the Falls look different. We went out on the boat that takes you up to the Falls, and then did the Journey Behind the Falls. This is a place where they have built tunnels so you can look at and hear the water gushing down, from behind the actual Niagara Falls. We also visited the beautiful butterfly conservatory :)

The next day we headed to Toronto to meet up with one of Kasey's friends Jessica, who is also on exchange in Canada. We visited the Ripley's Aquarium, which was so awesome! It was really different to the Melbourne Aquarium. While it had all the usual fish like Nemo and Dory, it also had some many weird and unusual marine life. Like huge crabs and lobsters, potato cod and cool sharks. We then had dinner up the CN Tower on the revolving restaurant. This was especially amazing, as our reservation was for 5pm meaning we got to view Toronto at day time, and night time. The day had beautiful weather, so we could see really far and everything was so clear!

Yesterday I saw Kasey off at the airport, which was strange because I felt like I should have been coming back home too! But it was so great to catch up after not seeing each other for 2 months, and we have so many amazing memories!

P.S Snow is now predicted for November 1st, and Halloween is next weekend .


Posted by georgiaodgers 09:53 Archived in Canada Tagged airport toronto niagara_falls canada cn_tower aquarium aussie_abroad

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