Summer In Canada

What would summer be like in Canada? Well, this is the time when people go out-of-town, celebrate the hot and sunny weather in their backyard, and definitely time for barbecuing. It's the time when people go tanning and take all the vitamin D they could take under sun. It's funny but yes, that's what most Canadians do when summer comes.

Summer in Canada is very different in other countries as it can be very hot or very windy. Sometimes, it can also be cold as spring days. Otherwise, daytime during summer is longer than the usual because the sun set very late at evenings. Furthermore, there are lot of activities that people do during summer because they want to enjoy most of it. One of the activities that I enjoy doing during summer is harvesting cherry or should I say Cherry picking as it is a norm here in Canada. Other option would be apple picking, which I haven't experienced yet but I guess it would also be fun for a first timer like me.

In about an hour from our city is where you can find the famous Niagara Falls. It is located between the U.S. and Canadian border. Across you'll see Americans waving their hands at you, shouting and having fun. From there, if you want to take a good look of the falls, you can ride a boat and shower yourself with its powerful mists. Moreover, it's mist are all over the place so you really have to be ready to get wet. At night, Niagara Fall looks so amazing as they put rainbow lights to it. Well, I really don't know how they put it but it is very beautiful and very romantic place for couples.

In conclusion, these are the places where you can enjoy your summer here in Canada. Fun, cool and exciting experiences which you will definitely keep on doing every summer.

► About the Author:
Kaye Dalit came from Bulacan but now
lives in Mississauga, Canada with her parents.
She is currently studying in Sheridan Technology.

2 Reactions:

Bhing said...

well done Kaye!

hope to see more of your essays here in TKJ.

Thank you for sharing your experience :)

kaye said...

you're welcome :))

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