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... passenger clearance for our entry back into the United States at Honolulu. And this had to be started no later than 2:30 PM! We were so glad that we started the re-boarding process early as the lines were extensive, plus the inspections were as thorough as at any US airport. As you would guess, there were some folks who either did not read the letter (the EVERYONE) part or felt it did not apply to them. Thus our departure was delayed while those folks ...
... workers alike. The liquor store job in particular is the most fun I've ever had in employment and I'll miss it dearly.
One of the lucky patrons I encountered during my brief reign at the cafe was an unwitting lass who, like many in the university infested neighbourhood, would come in to study. Her being British, we soon got talking on travel and I soon dropped her personalised "receipt" off to her table. She took the bait and so began a beautiful ...
... We made our way back to Canada Place which has become the most visited destination of our time in Vancouver. We picked up the shuttle bus to Grouse Mountain, and it took us back through Stanley Park and over the Lions Gate Bridge into exclusive North Vancouver.
And then we started climbing. Just like altitude on a mountain can dramatically change vegetation from forest to alpine, there was a distinct line on the coastal mountain where ...
... is mostly famous for its steam clock that chimes the Big Ben tune on the hour whilst steam shoots out from the top. Built in 1977 by Raymond Saunders, the clock's actual purpose was to solve the issue of a steam vent in a popular sidewalk for the then newly renovated Gastown area.
Apparently the clock is the most photographed icon in Vancouver - but I think we were ...
... the types of wood that were used to build the pillars (nan wood) and the roof (camphor - to keep bugs from eating it). She even explained the paint used to cover the beams of the roof. Each coat of paint took an entire week to dry and they used multiple coats on the beams.
The tour took us around the Garden and touched on the philosophy that influenced the tile creation, the placement and selection of rocks (Yin ...
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