I have been so behind my postings again, sorry!
I noticed blogger has a new layout called dynamic view (probably been around since yonks, except that I only noticed this now). I've applied it to this blog, do let me know what you think!
I will resume posting about the US trip last year. We're at Niagara Falls. This will be a picture intensive post, because it's all about the majestic sights, and words can do no justice.
We reached Canada specifically Niagara Falls at night. Although the Falls looked spectacular at night, alit with colourful lighting, I personally thought the Falls in the day was more picturesque, more natural and less jazzed up in Vegas-style.
We took a morning walk by the Falls the next day. As you can see, the pavements were wet from the morning rain. It made the day colder than usual. We were decked out in gloves, scarves, coats and double layered tops and we were still freezing! Temperature was in the low single digit degrees Celsius.
I don't think anyone can ever forget the experience of seeing the Falls in person so close. It's one of the items on my bucket list and probably on most people's too. It also helps that it's the most majestic, impressive masterpiece of Nature that I've ever seen in my years of travels, and that you can't help gazing at the Falls in wonder and be inspired. It's the kind of scenery that inspires you to sing in tribute, paint it or do something to immortalise it.
Looks a teensy bit like Singapore's Prima Tower, housing Singapore's only revolving restaurant
Great view of the Bridal Veil Falls
Main course - Canada's famed salmon - delicious