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... to the Food Truck Festival we walked into a Dragon Boat Race Festival. The Food Truck Festival was cool. So many food trucks, so many people, so much polite queueing.
After that we headed to Granville Island on an Aquabus, they are super cute tiny little boats. We checked out the Granville Island Market for a bit, then headed to Richmond. We were way too early for the market so we went to the Casino, sat in the ...
... To get up the mountain (1,250m) you could either take the Sky Ride for $40 or walk up one of the tracks for free, then pay $10 for the Sky Ride back down. It was pretty obvious which we had decided to do. We could either choose the Grouse Grind or BCMC track. Wil told us that the grind track was the most popular but is mostly steps and always really busy so you constantly need to be aware of where you're walking. He said that the BCMC is less travelled and a lot more ...
We're looking forward to some easy travelling after our 9 weeks in Africa late last year, and five weeks in Myanmar and Southern India in February this year. We're flying to Honolulu, then on to Vancouver where we join a Princess Cruise to Anchorage. From there we hire a campervan for 6 days, then back to Vancouver on a Celebrity Cruise. We'll then have a few days taking it easy in Maui before flying home.
We've decided to fly to Vancouver via Hawaii, rather than ...
... they had both been orphaned at a young age and would have died had they not been rescued so this made us feel better about it. We headed down the hill on the cable car as you could not walk back down, a bit of a money making scheme and then caught the bus over to north shore to do some mountain biking.
After finding the place it was about 2:30pm and the rental place closed at 5 so we could only rent it for 2 hours. It turned out all the mountain biking was about 2 miles ...
Wow! This trip has turned into a whirlwind adventure and taken on a life of its own. I was originally going to only travel through Central America, maybe a bit of northern South America again. Instead, I saw a flight for dirt cheap to Asia ($500 including tax one way to Bali) and booked it while I was still studying Spanish in Xela, Guatemala. I was at that time still keeping my last blog https://beansnotfries.wordpress.com. However, in February I stopped writing. I can ...
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