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... and recyclables, to sell perhaps?
I am within walking distance of the fabulous public market on Granville Island. They sell Okanagan cherries by the bucket load and all manner of candied salmon. Its one of the few places I recognise from the 15 years ago I visited last.
I'm in town for my month long course to become a qualified teacher of English as a Foreign Language and the first week of my course has:
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... on the way and I once again fell in love with this beautiful place. They dropped us off at a sushi place just around the corner of the Marriott because we felt the need to eat as much sushi as possible while we were still here. When our tummies were filled with tataki and sashimi for one last time, all we could do was head straight for our double beds at the Marriot. After a good night sleep, our next stop was Edmonton on Monday morning, but I’ll leave those adventures till next time! ...
... 6). So still, not too pricey. Just before leaving , we nipped inside to the toilet and realised how huge the restaurant was! It went really far back and was packed! It was only afterwards that Wil told us it was haunted!!
We arrived back at around 9.30pm after a full but fun day! We chatted to Wil for a bit and then got settled and ready for bed. We had planned to visit Phil's Aunty tomorrow too, so we needed a good sleep before another busy day!
... As we were tired, we came back to our room and flicked through the TV channels. One showed the view from the front of the ship and one the view from behind. Another channel showed a map of where we were sailing and gave details like time, distance travelled, temperature etc. Then there were sports, movies, American type shows and one that showed information about the places we would be visiting.
Into our pyjamas and into bed. Thankfully it was quite comfortable.
Well, today, as I said, I headed off to the Museum of Vancouver and University of BC's 'Museum of Anthropology' ... but, since Museums locally (all of them, the relatively few that there are) don't open till after 10 am, I had some time on my hand before.
To fill in I headed off to one of the local Malls, the one in Richmond, which makes Warringah Mall look ... like a little lost distant unacknowledged relative (bigger than the ones at Macquarie Center ...