A walk to canada November 4th 2009 Today we were on a mission to discover how does the northern border of US works. We took a bus from Buffalo to the town Niagara Falls and there we headed to the Rainbow bridge. After finding out that only with motorized vehicles can shop in duty free, we went on the other side as pedestrians to Canada and there was no tax free shop.
Against former experiences we could make pictures on the borde ... read more
North America » Canada » Ontario » Niagara Falls A land of vast distances and rich natural resources, Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1867 while retaining ties to the British crown. Economically and technologically the nation has developed in parallel with the US, its neighbor to the sou... ... read more
We (Anna-Pauline, Claudia and Urska) are students on two schools (DNS and PTG/DAgskole) in Tvind. We decided to organise a six week study travel in USA. Our aim is to learn about modern pedagogy and American culture and society.
Our aim is to visit various schools, research centers and other institutions.
We will travel from Chicago along the east coast to Orladno. During this time we will use public transportations and hitchhike. We will be sleeping in cheap accomodation, hospitality club, coach surfing and good people that we meet on the road.
We are planning to learn a lot from our expe... full info