Compass Point Inn
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... s Fish and Oyster Café. It was a small “hole in the wall” kind of place that offered a good mix of menu items of mostly fish and seafood. Shirley had their fish (cod) and chips and I had their sautéed prawn dinner. Both were good sized portions, fresh, and very good. After stuffing ourselves, we walked around and ended up at the market. This was their take of Pikes Market in Seattle without the fish tossing. They had almost ...
We arrived at Vancouver, BC at 2:30 PM. Took a cab to the hotel & freshened up. Then went to the bar downstairs, & had a glass of wine with Chris( Coors Lite for him). Many friends of Disney there. Then went to Vancouver Island room for the dinner. There were about 60 people there... From DVC, Synergy, security, etc. A wonderful send off for those here to work. The food was delicious & there was an open bar. Got to bed about ...
... head-down with a camera? If there were only minutes to enjoy that pink evening sky, would it be better to serve my life to take it all in - sans camera?
I don't have the answers nor am I qualified to set rules around when to put the camera away and when to keep on clicking. But I do believe that I owe it to authentically examine how photography fits into my own life - paying mind to when it enriches and when it detracts from my NOW moments. I let ...
... the bus back. We saw our first lot of cherry blossoms on the way to find the bus stop, so pretty!!!
The hostel bar was having a comedy night that night, which we assumed would be a couple of half funny amateurs but something to do none the less. We were wrong. There was some guys that were quite big in the Vancouver comedy scene, and some from further afield, including T.J Miller. I didn't recognise the name, but I certainly recognised the face, so of course had to ...
Sometimes you just have to experience something for yourself to believe it. We're constantly updated with information but, if you can’t touch and feel it yourself, it isn’t really real. (The exception of course is Facebook. If it’s on Facebook, it must be true).
So, here we are once again at Vancouver International Airport. Unlike most airports of the world, this ...