Two of my friends drove up from Connecticut to visit me in Rochester. It was so fun, and the weather was so beautiful here! We drove to Niagara Falls yesterday, since Rochester is only like 1.5 hours from it. We made a wrong turn by the falls and accidentally ended up in Canada XD But it's okay, the view from the Canadian side is much better than from the American side.
(I'm sad because we didn't get any stamps in our passports, since we're US citizens :( Not that I don't already have a passport full of stamps, since I've been to 5 countries and one semi-autonomous territory* since I got my new passport a few years ago)
*Apparently entering Zanzibar from Tanzania still requires a customs form and a passport stamp...
Nice. I should go up there soon-ish; I've always wanted to see the Falls. Though, on an aside, Canada's stamped me every time I've entered (once in Montréal/Dorval, once in Toronto), so it might just be the customs/immigration officers I encountered or it being airports. Normally, though, they will stamp your passport if you ask; when I re-entered the US in December, I asked for a passport stamp and received it. In my view, the more stamps, the better.
Odd about Zanzibar, though, but since it entered Tanzania as an equal partner, maybe they were able to keep some aspects of their immigration regime. From what I heard about Malaysia, travel to Sarawak or Sabah from the mainland (or each other) requires one to go through immigration controls... despite it being the same country, because they negotiated, in the course of their accession to the federation, the continuation of their immigration controls.
Happy: One of the good things about being back home in the US is having better access to cooking facilities. I made half of dinner tonight, and that turned out rather well.