My Trip to Canada

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When I began to write this paper, a lot of events came to mind. One event that stands out is the family vacation I took to Toronto, Canada. It took place in middle of the hot month of July in 2007. It was a family trip that I went on with my church, Brown Missionary Baptist Church. I had never gone on a trip with them before but was filled with so much excitement and anticipation as well as curiosity and being very nervous as time winded down. I guess it had something to do with me really getting to know my church members. You would think that we would want to travel by plane but that was not a part of the plan at all. We travelled on an icy cold, long, white Coach Bus that seated fifty two passengers. The interior had a type of royal blue …show more content…
The people in the mall are not rushing at all; they are taking their precious time walking and bonding with the family. They all were so nice and walked around smiling as if they had no care in the world. Another thing that you would notice is the different nationalities that build Canada. Even though slavery and the things that went on during that time are much less now, racism still goes on. The objection of who should or shouldn’t be with a human being is still big but there it does not matter one way or the other. I love the fact that you can be any nationality and fall in love with someone of an entire other nationality and no one objects. It’s like the freedom land. All I saw throughout the mall were cute families with different nationalities, colors, styles, beliefs, and many other things. I felt so at ease because after observing the surroundings the only feeling that anyone could have was freedom and peace. That is one thing that I truly miss and wished everyday that the United States could pick up. The message Canada is giving or portrait is it doesn’t matter who you fall in love with because everyone deserves to find that special someone regardless of their differences whether they are big or small. The last activity was going to the amusement park. I remember this day as if it was yesterday. It was called Amazing World of Canada. Their amusement park is as big or bigger the Six Flags alone. They also have a

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