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Niagara Falls, Canada/USA – Gallery

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I represent the 50+ age group of travellers and travel writers on this site. After 30yrs in the Air Force and further years in big business I have twice jacked in highly paid jobs to travel extensively...read how I done so here. In this past year alone I will have travelled to and lived for substantial periods of time in Greece, Greek Islands, Italy, India, Nepal and Thailand and will be posting articles about these places on this site. I am very open to any questions relating to travel, wwoofing, housesitting, house renting, art and spiritual matters so feel free to contact me directly

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  1. Niagara Falls is a great tourist location and as per the pictures is saying. There are various attractive things to do and there are various kinds of adventurous sports to play in Niagara Falls. Falls in both the countries attract the tourists. The major benefit is that if you are staying in Niagara Falls Canada then also you can visit the American Falls and vice-versa.

    • Valid comment Peter thanks…I hope to write a few words about my time there because I found the two sides of the falls completely different in many ways. I am not so aware of the activities available though because I was there more on business with a little tourism thrown in…are you very familiar with the activities? thanks again 🙂