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I have been in Ontario Canada since end of august 2011. In the space of time since then i have seen several things i do have to share with you guys, i have been a total complete and utter tourist, camera in my hand and go to Niagara Falls; the sheer power and force of the water is unbelievable. for first timers i recommend you go outside of the tourist season because everything is easily accessible then. Prices are very nice i must say, drink, food, admittance. Niagara Falls itself is, in the part against the falls themselves a very nice, clean and calm town, “the Hill” packed with its museums (Ripleys believe it or not, Frankenstein, Dracula) bars and restaurants actually is extremely nice and worthwile. Other things to do; walk behind the falls, see the 4d animation of the history of the Falls, if you bring your passport you can drive/ walk across the bridge into the US. Oh; and grab some beers at the Hard Rock cafe’!
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Other touristy thing you just have to do; visit downtown Toronto, walk up on Yonge Street. It`s apparently one of the longest roads in the world thats packed with stores, malls, food, stripclubs, bars etcetera. Eat streetmeat (good decent burger or hotdog for little money. Toronto itself didnt impress me much since i dont like big cities myself, but it`s your average big metropolitan city with it`s CN tower looking over the downtown area. Very interesting is the distillery district close to downtown; microbreweries and distilleries… I would like to mention the Steam Whistle beerbrewery thats located directly behind the CN tower. a little brewery that brews only one beer; a pilsner, you get an awesome tour through the brewery, and lots of beer to taste. Look them up on facebook or the net. Tour is cheap, and lots of fun!
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But, the best thing i have seen so far (other than the wildlife) is Pow Wow. For the people that dont know what a Pow Wow is; in ancient times the native tribes wandered through North America (Turtle Island in their languages) in search for food/ shelter/ better weather. Since a lot of tribespeople didnt see each other for a long time because of this they met once a year per tribe. That`s the Pow Wow. These days Pow Wows are a celebration of Unity, Respect, give thanks to mother nature, filled with traditional dance, singing, drumming. I visited two seperate Pow Wows. One at the little community of Curve Lake First Nation, which is more of a traditional Pow Wow, located in the bush, at the shore of lake Chemong. Awesome atmosphere, no drugs or alcohol allowed, i was amazed the entire day (if you get a chance; try the Indian Taco Supreme or a Mooseburger by the way). These people once again proved to my how rich a culture the Aboriginal people over here have even though the Canadian government still is trying to beat it out of them.
Second Pow Wow was the last one of the year in Ontario; in Toronto. Biggest difference was that the dancers dance in a competition (you should look up native dancers on the web; awesome!!!) i`m too much of a whitey still to describe the different dances very well and do them justice. Much more vendors there too (clothing, health products, BIIIIIG stand by the army (bit strange but okay), native awareness, food amongst others. Shame it was also used to gather souls; Jehovas witnesses. But it speaks for the people there that even Jehovas were allowed there and respected to do what they believe is saving people.
Now winter has come to Ontario, lets see how that is!