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Canada

So i'm thinking of going over to Canada for two weeks around october time this year.

I was gonna start in Toronto but I've got friends in Calgary and BC so would like to head there to.

Where else is good to see and worth while? Want to make the most if i'm going to fly all that way over the Atlantic
Permalink what are you reading for? 
July 11th, 2007 6:10pm
If you go anywhere around Ottawa/Hull or Montreal brush up on your French. You will meet lots of people who will pretend they don't understand English.
Permalink Send private email bon vivant 
July 11th, 2007 6:15pm
It'll be raining here (Vancouver), probably not snowing yet.

What do you like to do?  Outdoors stuff?  City stuff?
Permalink Send private email Ward 
July 11th, 2007 6:23pm
Go to Quebec City, although it'll be getting cold unless you go early in Oct.

>>> You will meet lots of people who will pretend they don't understand English.

Among other things that are nice about QC, this isn't an issue.
Permalink Send private email Ward 
July 11th, 2007 6:23pm
Outdoors in summer the flies are murder. Tried to sit outside at a picnic spot in backwoods Ontario and got eaten alive.
Permalink Send private email bon vivant 
July 11th, 2007 6:27pm
I'm the type of person that is up for everything, outdoors, indoors, city etc etc

Just getting my ideas togethers so I can plan a decent trip.

Haha, damn frenchies we have a way of dealing with them here, just shout a litte louder :)
Permalink what are you reading for? 
July 11th, 2007 6:38pm
If you come earlier I'll recommend Wreck Beach...
Permalink Rick Zeng 
July 11th, 2007 6:43pm
Oh?  Do you make some money there, Rick?
Permalink Send private email Ward 
July 11th, 2007 6:45pm
No.

That's the only nudist beach in Canada, I believe.

I just figure he might be interested!
Permalink Rick Zeng 
July 11th, 2007 6:49pm
I never see any hot nudists, maybe there are some?

Do you know Rick?
Permalink what are you reading for? 
July 11th, 2007 6:52pm
Few people look hot with no clothes on. That's why people wear swimsuits, in order to look more attractive. Bikinis do more for sex than any amount of nudity.
Permalink Send private email bon vivant 
July 11th, 2007 7:05pm
FYI:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wreck_Beach

When I was a kid, the cool thing about Wreck Beach was not the nudists (not so many back then) but the big sand cliffs.

http://www.wreckbeach.org/images/slide4.jpg

It used to be loose sand up to about 1/2 way up, then above that "solid" sandstone that you could carve caves and initials into.  You'd climb to the top of the loose sand and do huge jumps out as far as you could go, landing lower down in the soft sand.

But erosion was a huge problem, buildings at the top of the cliffs were in danger of tumbling over, so they started planting things to stabilize the cliffs.  Apparently not totally successfully.
Permalink Send private email Ward 
July 11th, 2007 7:09pm
How can one be attractive with swimwear if he or she is not attracitve with no clothers on?

I don't know, I went there long time ago.
Permalink Rick Zeng 
July 11th, 2007 7:14pm
Rick, this is obvious, right? Clothes enhance appearance by supporting, hiding, holding in, pushing up, creating mystery. People wear clothes mainly because of social conditioning: they have been taught from childhood that they "must". But beyond that people use clothing to project an image (power, attractiveness, status), and especially to enhance appearance. Women especially use clothes, makeup, hair, shoes and jewelry to make themselves look as attractive as possible.
Permalink Send private email bon vivant 
July 11th, 2007 7:25pm
But we are talking about swimwear and beach here.
Permalink Rick Zeng 
July 11th, 2007 7:41pm
I really really really doubt that I would want to see anybody who posts on this site naked. I happen to live near a nudist colony, the people who drive out of there aren't exactly "hard bodies".

Go to Lake Superior, where the water temp maxes out at 50F (10C). The ensuing shrinkage will ensure that your shmekel doesn't get bug bitten.

Forget Quebec City, go to Lac St. Jean. People there really don't speak English. You'll feel like you're in a foreign country.
Permalink LeftWingPharisee 
July 11th, 2007 10:48pm
I was a week in Toronto recently and didn't want to leave. It's a nice city, good people, and nice shit happened to me.

If I were you I wouldn't try to go too many places. take a bit of time to get to know where you are, make a few friends, and enjoy. People are really open and friendly if you give them a chance.
Permalink $-- 
July 12th, 2007 5:28am
I go camping in Northern Ontario fairly frequently (BTW - http://www.ontarioparks.com/ is a great site), or at least we did before it became such a massive undertaking with the kids, and flies and mosquitoes are never a problem if you take even the most rudimentary of precautions (e.g. Off).
Permalink DF 
July 12th, 2007 9:55am
If you are in Toronto, Niagara Falls is only about an hour's drive away.  Worth it.
Permalink LH 
July 12th, 2007 2:05pm

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