Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Day Six: Floating on Air

We departed Mont Saint Anne early this morning as a heavy snow storm rolled in covering the mountain in a ghostly mist creating a dramatic scene for our departure.  After a fairly uneventful journey, we arrived at the beautiful city of Toronto. Our journey into the city allowed us to see a fantastic panorama of the skyscrapers and iconic Lake Ontario which excited the pupils, many who have never seen a sight quite like it.  After dinner, we decided to take a bracing walk to the CN Tower, currently the ninth tallest building in the world. The two kilometre walk, through the streets of Toronto, allowed us to see the city's fantastic architecture and culture.  The tower itself was an extraordinary feat of engineering and the pupils were in awe of the views at the top. The highlight was undoubtedly the glass floor, allowing the pupils to float 447 metres above the ground.  So another hectic and tiring day comes to and end. Tomorrow is our final day, seeing us visit another icon of North America: Niagara Falls. Everyone is very excited but also looking forward to getting home as I keep overhearing how much loved ones at home are being missed.  


  1. Sound so wonderful and magical. I’m sure all of us parents are missing our kids as much as they are missing us and can’t wait to see the and hear about their exciting adventure. I bet we have many Olympic skiers coming back home to us. BUT must say, I for one are not looking forward to the suitcase of washing. Enjoy your last day and have a safe journey home tomorrow. Miss Bec so much xx (Maureen Becca Millers Mum)

  2. Can't wait to see you tomorrow Leo. Can't wait to hear all the stories. Have a safe journey home all of you xxx