Comfort Inn Vancouver Airport
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... I think it's probably bigger than any waterfall in the UK, but here it doesn't even have a name! Dramatic though, and a shame there isn't a bear walking across the log that's jammed near the bottom.
Back on the main boat, we head on to Bolin Bay, another previously good viewing spot. We stop on the riverbank watching the salmon, some of whom look as though they will actually spawn here. The males are busy chasing ...
... to venture back into McDonalds yet, no matter how much Chelle likes their McMuffins, so we needed to find an alternative. The ideal solution presented itself on the form of Granville Island, a small area (not actually an island - lets call it a promontory!) that sticks out into the Fraser River just south of downtown Vancouver and is the site of a thriving, bustling market. For those that have been to Melbourne, think of Queen ...
... me to a town (the Canadians call it a fishing village but being from Cornwall I know a fishing village when I see one and this place is a town) called Steveston which doubles as Storybrooke, Maine in Once Upon A Time. I got quite excited about this although my cousin did not share my enthusiasm.
Like I said, I want to live in Vancouver. It's the only place I've visited on this trip I've felt that way about. One way or another, I will return to ...
... and we soon learned that he leads a very friendly and personable staff and crew as well!
After our tour we went back to our suites to start unpacking before attending the muster drill. After the drill, we finished unpacking, changed for dinner, and found a spot on the deck aft of the Panorama Lounge for more prosecco and canapés. It was a perfect spot to sit on comfortable couches and chairs, sheltered from the ...
... places. The instant I see good friends I am reminded just how amazing everything feels when I am surrounded by the right people. As artists, we are able to put ourselves out into the world and take risks when we have a supportive network of people to tell our stories to afterwards. Being on the road for so long has made me realize just how much I love and need my family and friends. They give me the courage to put my heart into my art every day. ...