Niagara Falls is one great wonder of nature. Its grandeur and amazing beauty captivate millions of people from around the world every year. Each minute, 6 million gallons of water cascades down from its height of 173 meters and produces thundering sounds that makes one shiver from its power. The falls breaks down H2O into hydrogen and oxygen and offers pure air for the faint of lungs. The resulting atmosphere of fresh mist cools down the blistering summer sun. That would be enough to inspire awe from anyone who comes near this magnificient creation.
One of our batchmates among the many has been lured into this
fascinating site, that one daythis September 2009, she just unannouncedly barged into Toronto
and made her equally wondrous presence.
Of course, Lourdes and I were very willing hosts to this once bikini beauty, and we started a sort of reunion of three in this part of the world.
Together with my OAO Cecile, we drove our tourist around and gladly showed her the sights and the sounds of Niagara and Toronto. It was a non-stop story-
telling and the usual high school anecdotes were just hilarious.
Then there was the eating which has
become our Filipino tradition of entertaining our guests. How about China buffet?
I would like to impress on you batchmates that we feel just like members of a cherished JRI family. As Pilar said she felt like hugging every batchmate she meets after such a loooong time!
It was indeed a great opportunity to renew our friendships when we could pick up where we left off.
You may watch the other pictures in my multiply site.