WorldMark The Canadian
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... mainly because of a key relationship between the town pharmacist and local native leader. A common story in many of the small towns, it's interesting to see that individual relationships make such a big difference in history.
... on brain-eating amoeba. I have brain-eating amoeba. Why did I go swimming?!?! I’m going to die. I need to contact someone. Tell them that if I slip into a coma to have the doctors cool my body so my brain doesn’t swell. It’s 2am and I’m dying. Oh God I’m dying. I need to go to hospital. To tell my mom I love her. I don’t want to die on Commercial Drive. Would it be so bad to die on the Drive? I KNEW I would die alone. Am I alone? God ...
... one 'recent' bush walk on the outskirts) as well as introduced ones that have become established, and, in some cases, semi-accepted.
Yes. They're almost as uptight about 'exotics' as the eco-nuts are here in Oz.
The main display traced the development of the city from the pre-colonial period and the First Nations groups that lived locally (some of the names will be familiar if you've played or run FASA's Shadowrun) through first ...
... me. I think Isaiah 58 says it really well. And I wonder if the Pharisees read this chapter. It’s talking about how we can fast and “humble” ourselves for one day in our own little worlds, thinking that we’re being religious and spending ourselves for the work of the Lord. But God tells them that is not the kind of fasting he asks of us. He tells us to spend ourselves on behalf of the poor, on the hungry, the brokenhearted, to clothe the naked. One ...
... 10 seconds when the entire stadium, Habs and Canucks alike, went ape **** at Luongo. From there it was a downhill slide, we lost 4-1.
Apart from that it was great to hang out with Miranda. We’d never really been able to chat before because of the age gap, but she is growing up now and we had a great time walking along the beach together getting icecream.
Also Amala did this awesome thing where everytime I went out, I'd return home to a plate of ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWorldMark The Canadian Vancouver
The Canadian is our go to place for Staycations. It's a quick 1/2 hour from home. The location is so great for strolling downtown, shopping, eating, relaxing, water, parks, city bustle.... i could go on.
The rooms are standard WM quality, with all the necessary equipment to eat in and enjoy the view. They are "city" units, quite compact, but then the point is being out enjoying the greatest city in the world, not sitting in the unit! The south facing units can get quite warm in the summer but with both fans going and keeping the windows open overnight to help with the cool down it was bearable
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