Vancouver Backpacker Guesthouse
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... lunch and pick up ingredients to cook dinner.
When we got back to the apartment we decided to repack our bags as they had become quite disorganised. It took a while but we managed to get everything neat and tidy again.
Callum and Ash returned from work not long after we had finished. We chilled out until it was time to cook dinner.
We decided to cook Butter Chicken. Can't go wrong really...After dinner we just relaxed enjoying the free time as the sunset.
B & L ...
... in but apparently 2 dogs use them and guests missing their own dogs may take them for a walk.
One day we visited Stanley Park which is one of the biggest city parks in the world; we were told that it is bigger than Hyde Park in London. It is certainly a beautiful public space. There is a cycle track from the city that winds around the park. We had planned to rent bikes to do this but one of my knees ...
... of the bottling equipment and the whole process. Kaolan really is a scientist, engineer and accountant all in one. Kaolan brought home plenty of samples to keep our thirst quenched including the Pilsner, Stout, Pale and Blitzen. I am not normally a fan of dark beers but my favourite Steam Works beer was the dark Stout which has a chocolate after taste. Nathan wanted to bring samples of all the beers home as he was such a big fan but we ...
... So I'm thankful for this season in my life. I believe it is a time of renewal and refreshment where I'm allowed to be, and not feel pulled by stressors and expectations.
Now to work! Like I said, I've only had 4 shifts so far, 2 days and 2 nights. It has definitely been a big learning curve.The Dr. Peter Center has 2 programs. The residence program, where I work, and the day health program. So the residence is pretty much a home to people who used to live on the streets ...
... on the map (the scale of map was 30km to the inch!). Because of its size though most of the roads are pretty straight and quiet, our record for keeping the cruise control on and not touching the brakes or accelerator was 90 minutes, I can't imagine doing that on the M1! It is so big that you get what look like joke signs on the highway telling you next gas 150 km, they are however deadly serious, fortunately for the most part we planned ahead and never had to worry.