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Leamington, Point Pelee and Windsor

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It was still fall of 2005, and I was in a mood to explore a new place. I have read about Point Pelee National Park where more than 350 types of birds have been seen so far. In the bird migration season of fall...you could see beautiful varieties of birds. Also, this region is a bit warmer as comparison to toronto and lastly, the tip of southern ontario is located there...meaning that after the body of land and water...the next piece of land is of USA. The nearest city to point pelee park was leamington, so we decided to book our hotel there. When we reached point pelee we took the ride to the tip of the land in a big golf cart style transportation. Many people that were sharing the ride with us were professional photographers from around the world including UK and Australia and had huge lenses and binoculars. Some one was mentioning that their lens was worth 20,000 british pound. The park was beautiful and I witnessed many varieties of birds that I haven't seen before.

The next day we had extra time so we decided to visit city of windsor, which lies across from the city of detroit, USA...So, we went there...took the stroll around the water and around the parks....saw some buildings and came back to toronto.





Posted by sameen 05:50 Archived in Canada

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