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... he is from Indonesia. He is nice and has a good sense of humor. So, we got onboard, our rooms were ready so we dropped-off our backpacks, and decided to walk around and explore the ship. We walked the ship from one end to the other and up and down most floors. It is old school beautiful. The halls are lined with black and white photos of the original "dam ships" – Holland America cruise lines name their ...
Today is embarkation day! Jeff and I really do like to cruise. I know, it's weird for two pretty independent (and frugal) travelers to get into cruising, but we love those days at sea. And this cruise is right up our alley as we get on the ship today in Vancouver and get off on Wednesday in Los Angeles. Three glorious days of watching the ocean go by!
We are up around 9:30 and have made coffee before we hear our host and hostess stirring. We're having ...
... pole and stood on it, then stood on his head after seemingly, throwing all his climbing gear down below. I enjoyed the show.
Back to normality, I walked to Gastown, photographed the Gassy Jack statue, then had a burger at a place that advertising all its meals at $5.95 and it was busy inside. The food was fine, though I opted for a salad (a very small one it turned out) as the potatoes this morning were enough for one day. Final stop would be the Hi ...
... a cooking ring, microwave and a TV - all Womble essentials. Our first task - shopping for 2 days worth of food. Second task - eat some of said food. Third task - watch TV, along with some blogging and finally some sleep!
We had done a little pre-research before arriving in Vancouver and had decided to take a drive to Grouse Mountain, which we’d read about before we even came on our trip and of course seen on TV during the 2010 winter Olympics. Now ...
... cafes and shops.
We end our tour by catching a water taxi across to Granville Island. It was once industrial, and parts of it still are (but the large industrial tanks are now painted with murals), but Granville Island now has a few more strings to its bow, not least the public market. The market sells all sorts, meat, fruit, veg, sweets, arts and crafts and more. We're told it's generally more expensive here as it's touristy but we see ...