Wednesday, June 3, 2009

First Tour of the Season

This was going to be a tough tour, I thought. A group of ladies visiting the Falls in April--no Maid of the Mist in the water, many attractions closed and snow/ice at the Falls. Add another level of difficulty--some of my guests work in the tourism industry!
I think we managed to have a good time however, as the follow-up e-mail from the client showed:

Hiya Joel

just wanted to drop a line and say a BIG THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

We have just returned to work today our first day back (arrived yesterday afternoon) but wanted to drop a note asap to say thanks, we had a discussion at San Francisco airport just before we left our friend Jackie to fly back to New Zealand & the remaining group to the UK regards the highlights of the trip and by far we all said the Niagara trip was the BESTEST, for the girls and myself to see you at the bottom of the stairs with your suit was the surprise start to a really fun day, your sense of humour, knowledge, attention to detail with the food and drink from the local area all combined to make it a memorable day and something we will not forget.

So again thanks, wishing you and your family the best of health, wealth and happiness for the future.

Luv Karen, Jackie, Sandra, Sally & Diane.
Cheers Mate.

I guess it doesn't matter what the season is--Niagara's stories are compelling anytime of the year. It also helps to have a group with a great sense-of-humor who were open trying different things. We went off the beaten track and explored some of the more ordinary aspects of life in this region.


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