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Granville island is a little food market under the bridge. We were greeted by a couple of playful seals as we walked in, they were following the fisherman that had just docked with their catch of the day. We wondered around the market until we decided on what we were going to eat which was a ************* with all the delights on offer; we settled for fresh bread and homemade tapenade with roasted veg ...
... is even cool, with big kites strung from the ceiling, and everywhere else covered with these intricate puppets.
The market had lots of kids activities for Christmas, including Santa, who was only happy to oblige with photos. Unfortunately (or fortunately) he was about to start story time when we were ready to take some pictures.
Granville Island also has an amazing food market, which we ventured into next to buy food for Christmas Eve dinner. ...
... when the garden lights came on. I thought it was one of the fat cats that belong to the house but it was actualy a family of four raccoons just shuffling along. They were so close I could have touched them and seemed totally unconcerned that I was standing there! Unfortunately I did not have my camera on me. Great to see some real wildlife at last!
Vancouver is a really nice city and the people are the most friendly and helpful people ...
... in the aquarium watching the seals, sea otters, beluga whales and an amazing show from the dolphins. We spent most of yesterday out and about, first visiting Grouse Mountain, with a gondola ride and then another chairlift to the top of the peak for amazing views over Vancouver and the bay. After that we went to Capilano and visited the worlds most shakiest suspension bridge - considering I don't like heights it was a day ...
... and viewpoints!
On arriving in Buffalo I checked in to the Historic Mansion Hotel where I was staying before making my way to the local town museum. The small town has a lot of connection to the local native populations ...
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