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... was pretty excited last night then to find a stall full of Russian dolls. Maybe I should be past them by now, but not quite. There's 10 dolls in this one and check out the photo that shows the smallest doll compared to the largest. The smallest would be the size of my little finger's nail, it's tiny!
I bought a little set for my niece too, maybe she'll get as excited as I was when I first discovered them!
*Dove body wash *(won't be replaced)
*Aveeno moisturizer (won't be replaced)
*bag of Ricola (make all the fun you want - eating a bag of these keeps me from getting sick all the time)
*Repel 100 Deet mosquito repellent
*Benadryl Itch Relief Stick
*After Burn (for when I inevitably get sunburned)
*small red container with Advil, Ibuprofin, ...
Got up in time to have breakfast and make the 8:50 am Big Bus (Hop-on Hop-off) to Stanley Park where we transferred to another bus for a 45 minute tour. Again, the driver was very informative and the park is fantastic. The driver in fact is a retired gentleman who has also written a book about Vancouver transport and John won the book in a quiz the driver put on during the tour, It has won a world wide competition for the last 2 years as the best park in the world ...
... here. On another day we rode bikes to Kits (Kitslano) and I thought I'd do some laps in the pool after the hot bike ride, but the water was only 25 degrees and there was a steady breeze - so no way! Enjoyed lunch at The Local and I had poutine - traditional meal - chips, gravy and cheese curd. We've been to Julia's workplace (Kobe) for dinner (tepanyaki) and it was so much fun. Besides the entertainment by the ...
... Japanese restaurant and got one of their 'boats' which was chock full of assorted sushi. We also tried Sake which is a Japanese rice wine. It was revolting it tasted like straight vodka.
We ate at a place called Cafe Kathmadu, a Nepalese restaurant on commercial drive and a real hidden gem. Their signature dish is a selection of "momos", little steamed dumplings with your choice of filling and dipping sauces. They were divine!