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... off bus for a circuit of the city and Stanley Park, which turned out to be just the ticket. The day was sunny, yet a little cool since the rear three quarters of the bus was open to the elements. Which were perfect conditions for Barbara's photo opportunities. We were too tired (cruising is so demanding) to do any walkabouts so we just sat back and enjoyed the canned narration, although some stops seemed tempting, especially the stop in the center of the ...
... locals, Aussies, Irish (those are seriously the only people in Van, apart from about 8 million Chinese who stay generally in their own communities) raves about the Vancouver summer almost as if it doesn't happen anywhere else. By now I was working two jobs, opening in a local cafe and closing in a local liquor store. Although a mighty step down from previous employment, I actually thoroughly enjoyed working and living in the same neighbourhood, seeing ...
... me to the Oakridge Centre where I got a well needed Starbucks coffee and relaxed. It's strange how some days everything seems to go wrong one after the other and then there are times it just comes together... Like you carried a rabbit foot haha. Yesterday I was in a little green boat with a German and a Dutchie spotting seals for the second time, and speeding through the river and towards the Vancouver Waterfront. I was very hung- ...
... community of Vancouver. Homelessness has always been a problem in the city but they have since been moved from the downtown areas to the outskirts where we now found ourselves. It wasn't the most savoury place so we upped our pace until we came to the start of Gastown, a pretty leafy area called Maple Tree Square - a perfect drink pit-stop if ever there was one!
... I noticed there was a second entry with an open door. I walked in and found the Garden.
Apparently, when they built the original Garden, the city of Vancouver wanted some portion of the Garden to be free to everyone, thus the Public Park section. To enter the Classical Garden you needed to buy a ticket.
Classical Chinese Garden
Simple Elegance. That's the phrase the docent used to describe what the builders ...