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... Pete and Seth a block away from Gay Pride. The only way through was to pick up a balloon and hold it high. Word to the wise, holding a balloon says 'I'm an important person' to an otherwise impenetrable crowd, it was like the parting of the seas.
I saw a guy buzz a buzzer to an apartment block with a badminton racket sticking out his bag and it was at this moment I realised that Vancouver really is the nicest place on the ...
... each other!?
Thursday - after spending the morning figuring out if I had enough money/seeing if I was going to spend the next few weeks homeless, I realized I had a significant amount more than what I had expected. I decided a couple weeks back I wanted an iPad mini, just for my blog, entertainment and to help with job searching when I get to New Zealand/Australia.. So you'll never guess what I'd did with the extra pennies, bought an iPad mini!! I'm way more ...
... city-one-cup-coffee-time?page =0,0). It’s a hard place to make friends, and most newcomers to the city will tell you so. It’s a hard place to be single. On top of all that, it’s gloomy. They don’t call it ‘Raincouver’ for nothing.
I mean, it’s also beautiful. Stunning. Amazing. And while it’s hard to crack, the people aren’t aggressive or mean, it just takes awhile for ...
... changed and made our way down to Gas town which is Vancouver's oldest part of the city, it is a haven for good restaurants and pubs all in a small block, we ended up in the Steam works which is an ale house, they brew their own beers on site and do fabulous meals, the food was excellent. We ambled home around 930 pm, I had to keep checking my watch as the sun was still high in the sky, I'd say people could easily loose track of time with out a sunrise or ...
... the harbour the other way this time, passing a few first nation totems and markers. Seems that they refer to their native population as 'aboriginal' too. Victoria was a really nice place to visit, and we could have easily spent a few more enjoyable days here, but eventually we had to head off back downtown to the bus depot, bags in tow, and be taken off to the ferry.
Being a busy summer's day on the weekend, ...