Well its been a frustrating week for me, as mentioned in my footy comeback post I strained my hamstring in week 2 of my comeback. As a result everytime I move my leg I can feel the muscle pulling, daily tasks as simple as walking bending reaching up high or to the side have caused discomfort. For the first few nights everytime I moved in my sleep I would wake and even sitting here now typing I can feel the muscle almost pulsating.
Our next post of the week was Kieran’s, question about what is you favourite sport and sharing his favourite sport. From there we move to one of the worlds most amazing natural waterfalls with this weeks blast from the past Niagara Falls. If you have not already done so check out the video and listen to the noise that the falls generate.
Our final post of the week was Kieran sharing his Batman wish list with everyone, if your a fan of the Dark Night check this post out as there are some really cool stuff on the list.
As you can see its been another quiet week content wise, but we have been busy working on other things such as some new apps which should go live in the Playstore today.
Once confirmed these new apps are live we will share them with you and also give you abit of background why we choose to build those apps.
That the weekly wrap
In the 2nd week of blast from the past I want to share with you footage from my visit to Niagara Falls in 2009, this is from the same holiday where I visited LA and had the Ifly experience that I shared last week. We spent a week in New York City and on one of those days we caught the train to JFK airport and took a flight to Buffalo where we were picked up by a bus tour for a trip to Niagara Falls. We only visited the US side of the falls but we could see Canada (its the closest we have been to Canada). We visited a visitor centre did the obligatory souvenir shopping before taking a couple of falls walks where they give you bright poncho’s to wear as the is waterfall mist everywhere and without them you would get drenched pretty quickly.
Niagara Falls is the name for a group of 3 water falls the are on the Canada, US border, the 3 falls are the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls the second 2 are entirely on the American side of the border. As you can see from the video huge amounts of water gush over the sides of the falls every second, the mist created is huge.
You can see this on TV and in videos like mine but they will not compare to the amazing sights you will see, noise you will here and atmosphere you will experience if you ever make it to Niagara Falls in person.