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There is a huge differenced between stting around, waiting for Nikki to shop at Myers and David Jones and for her to shop in Holts or Robson street ( Vancouver)......um...um....the accents are different....um the money is a different colour....OK it is the same thing. At Holts there was this amazing model....she was dressed exquisitly, beautifully …
I'm not one for buying a bike and then replace half of it's components with after market stuff to make it 'better'. Motorcycle manufacturers should be able, with their extensive R&D departments, to make a proper motorcycle. In my view most of them do a better job than the aftermarket bunch, but there are a few exceptions. There are also a few trip specific changes we made to the bikes. Not massive re-designs, because if that's needed ...
... Park opened in 1888 and was named for Lord Frederick Stanley, Governor General of Canada in 1888 (also the Stanley Cup named for him).
The Seawall that goes all the way around the park (5.5 miles) was built from 1917-1980! It is quite fantastic and has two lanes, one for bikes only and one for walker only and apparently, non the twain shall meet or there will be words!! Also if the bikers decide to use the road ...
... in the 1800s. Today, it's a very quaint area with a lot of shops and restaurants. They have a famous Steam Clock, which was interesting. This area was also full of interesting people (besides us). One guy was basically just disgruntled and hated anyone who didn't live in Vancouver or Canada. He was just yelling things about foreigners needing to go home and daring any of us to say something bad about the Queen. Another local eventually approached him and told him to shut his mouth and ...
... as well as an Australian, so we could all be aliens together.
My camp experience began back in Vancouver where I had to get the equivalent of a National Insurance card to enable me to legally work, followed by a guide on where was good to visit in Vancouver and where I should absolutely steer clear of. An area beyond the touristy Gastown called West Hastings had its own warning sign over it on my map provided by the hiring ...
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