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Our first impressions of the city when the plane touched down, were: planned, clean and AWESOME!!
When we found our 'rental car' as they call it here, we fell in love. It is a big, black Chrysler with tinted windows and sockets for charging things, 3 seats in the back and refreshing air-con. So, as we sped (yes 'sped,' Dad likes to test his cars' speed to the limit when he drives it for the first time) we marvelled at everything around us. There ...
... few paths, and its here that Anna made a new friend. As we were walking through, we could see a group of people gathered, blocking the path ahead, looking up at a tree. As we got closer, we could make out a little face sticking out of a hole inside the tree: a raccoon! Quite exciting as we'd never seen a real one before, its not something that tends to live in the North-West!
Eventually we reached the start of the walk! Around two hours walking so far and we were only ...
... of school day time, so they were as crowded with traffic as you might see in Sydney (a downside to the lack of Freeways/Expressways etc I guess).
Tomorrow? Off to a couple of Historical Sites, at least ... a restored 1920's section of Burnaby, one of the towns that was swallowed up by Greater Vancouver in the late 1920's, and a recreation of one of the 'Forts' set up by the Hudson's Bay Company in the area, way back before Vancouver was even thunk ...
... laundromat I'd looked up online was amazing. It had decor which included chandeliers, a giant screen TV, comfortable lounge area with magazines, classy prints on the walls and the most modern, clean machinery I had ever seen. Every machine was named, which I though was amusing and a nice touch. Cycles only took 20 minutes, and I was able to use three machines at once. By the time I had things dry it was early afternoon, and I'd had lunch at a quirky nearby cafe. Once I'd ...
... knitty gritty of his life, it kind of blowed me over. He really was a “friend of sinners”, a person who got mistaken as a drunkard and a glutton because of who he hung out with. He didn’t have a home, he wasn’t married, he was born in a dirty, old stable. He would cross societal lines, like talking with woman, tax collectors, loving on prostitutes. He got into the mess and the muddle of the humans, and he came into our problems. And that’s where ...
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